Detectives are looking for two or more offenders who were behind a spate of robberies across Perth this week.
Sometime before 7.45am on Tuesday, a white Volkswagen Golf hatchback, registration 1DVR 910, was stolen from a home on Troy Terrace, Daglish.
Police spokesman Sam Dinnison said the Volkswagen’s number plates might have been changed or removed since Tuesday.
About 8.50am on the same morning, several items were stolen during a home invasion on Paterson Garden, Winthrop.
Witnesses saw two men walking from the Winthrop house and leaving the area in a white Volkswagen Golf hatchback.
Then, in the early hours of yesterday morning, a stolen blue Nissan Navara was used to ram raid a liquor store at the Waikiki Village shopping centre on Read Street, Waikiki.
At least two offenders stole alcohol from the store at about 3.50am, before leaving the scene in a white Volkswagen Golf hatchback.
The ram raid caused significant damage to the entrance of the Bottle Mart store.
Finally, between 5.30am and 6am yesterday, a white Volkswagen Golf hatchback was seen outside the Lucky 7 Convenience Store on Coolbellup Drive, Coolbellup.
When a male staff member arrived to open the store, he was confronted by two men who ordered him to hand over his bag.
The victim refused and was punched repeatedly in the head.
The two men left the scene empty-handed, while the staff member required treatment for facial lacerations.
Mr Dinnison said detectives were also investigating several other burglary and fuel drive-off offences which could be linked.
He said there could have been a third person, possibly a woman, with the two men during the robberies.Anyone with information about the incidents or the stolen car is urged to call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.
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