The sneak and cad who broke into Devonport's Wigmore Pharmacy was snapped by the owners' security camera.
Local police chief Les Patterson gave a North Shore crime summary and some more information on the Devonport Guy Fawkes incident at the local board meeting tonight.
The Speculator has learnt of at least two more burglaries in the last few days; one in Vauxhall Rd and one in Abbotsford Terrace. Both burglaries apparently were committed during the day.
It is disappointing but not surprising that five of the nine people arrested in the Devonport area on Guy Fawkes night were kids who lived on the peninsula.
A drunk was frogmarched from his car by Devonport police after attending one of the film shows at The Vic last night.
The Devonport Speculator's Cheltenham-based eastern affairs correspondent Ears of The East reports on the annual alcohol-fuelled Guy Fawkes tizzy at the beach.
Just when you thought the Devonport crime ripple was over, two Devonport shops were burgled last Thursday night; Nord and Louise Simpson Hairdressers.
The Devonport crime ripple could be over, as Police make an arrest.
Devonport's crime ripple moves south of the golf course.
Devonport's crime ripple is beginning to show in the Police stats for burglaries and thefts from cars.
Devonport residents may have noticed an increase in police presence over the last weeks.
Another boy racer incident in Vauxhall Rd this time ends in a head-on crash with a Devonport couple parking their car.
While LOL and Hardly have been apprehended, there is someone else about in the Narrowneck and Devonport area who narrowly escaped capture after local residents alerted the Police.
The Devonport Speculator's favourite thieves - LOL and Hardly - have been apprehended!
A Devonport Speculator reader is fairly certain that he saw our favourite thieves when out running last weekend.
Keep an eye out for a couple of thieves who may be intent on bringing their felon fashion-sense to Devonport.
PC O'Reilly's last policing report to the Devonport community.
As a second accident occurs on Devonport's Vauxhall Rd in two weeks, residents are getting tired of their road being used as a racetrack.
The sirens were wailing in Devonport Saturday morning.
The curtains were twitching in Cheltenham over the weekend as a mildly bizarre incident played itself out in front of a small crowd, and eventually the police.