Two motorcycle dealerships in Rockingham and Hamilton Hill have been broken into overnight.
Entry was gained into one motorcycle store on Dixon Road Rockingham at around 3am on Wednesday night, with a number of people entering the shop before leaving in a vehicle.
Police attended the store a short time later where they found a motorcycle from the shop at the front of the premises.
A Hamilton Hill motorcycle store on Rockingham Road was also entered into at 3:50am.
The entrants searched the premises before leaving the area.
Police also found a motorcycle from the store at the front of the premises when they attended the scene.
They confirm that two motorcycles were stolen from the store.
Prior to the break-ins, intruders gained access to a business on Albany Highway in Maddington, and stole a silver Ford Ranger utility.
The intruders attempted a burglary at another motorcycle store on Dundas Road in Forrestfield at around 2:30am.
A vehicle believed to be the previously stolen vehicle was driven at the store, causing substantial damage to the front of the building.
The vehicle’s occupants did not enter the premises and left the scene in the vehicle that had sustained front end damage.
Police located the Ford Ranger alight alongside Roe Highway in Beckenham this morning just before 5am.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services attended the scene and extinguished the fire.
Rockingham Detectives are continuing investigations.
Anyone with information about the burglaries or dash cam footage from the areas at the time of the burglaries are asked to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000, or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.