Five juveniles have been arrested and charged in relation to a recent series of burglaries and rock-throwing incidents in Narrogin. Narrogin police officer-in-charge Sergeant Mick Williams said that investigations into juvenile crime in town were ongoing and asked for community assistance to curb offending. “Police want parents to take a bit more accountability in relation to knowing what their children are doing, where their children are and who they are with, and having some input into what they are doing in the hours of darkness,” he said. Sgt Williams said that efforts to put together a youth action plan in partnership with the Shire of Narrogin were in progress. “We understand that some of the kids are bored,” he said. “But there is no excuse for antisocial behaviour.” Sgt Williams urged the community to ensure that they lock vehicles and properties and to report suspicious activity. “We are trying to get people to assist us with obtaining CCTV in the community,” he said. “It assists us with locating, identifying and associating offenders with localised crime.” Households with CCTV can register their camera location and contact information with police via Cam-Map WA.