Distinctive tattoos could be the undoing for two males whose images were caught on a home security system whilst stealing some of the cameras.

Between 12.40am and 1.15am on Saturday the 28th of April, 2012 three security cameras were stolen from a residence in Bermuda Drive, Ballajura. 

The stolen CCTV cameras captured the two males, disguised with sunglasses and a balaclava, looking into the owner’s vehicle and later covering and removing the camera lenses. Although the two went to great lengths to disguise their facial features neither appeared concerned that the cameras would capture images of the exposed and distinctive tattoos on the arms of one of them.

Police are hoping these tattoos could hold the key to identifying at least one of the males and ask anyone who knows the  identity of either of these males or has information about this offence to make a report online or call Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, where all calls are strictly confidential, and rewards are offered.   Please quote Reference Number 6048.

The first male is described as:

  • Fair complexion
  • Medium build
  • Distinctive tattoos on both lower arms, including the letters ABOH
  • Wearing a dark coloured Everlast t-shirt and light coloured balaclava.

The second male is described as:

  • Fair complexion
  • Medium build
  • Short dark hair and a moustache
  • Wearing a light coloured t-shirt, track pants and sneakers and white framed sunglasses.

The stolen cameras are a black dome shape with a white base unit and were part of a Samsung home security system. Each camera is valued at $310.



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