Collie Police will conduct further inquiries into an incident on Cunningham Crescent on Wednesday, May 22.
At 8.20pm, a resident ran into their backyard after hearing a loud noise.
A sharp implement may have been used to injure the occupant's dog and damage a fence.
Last month, thieves stole hairdressing tools and clippers from a business on Steere Street North.
On Friday, May 24, a resident's credit card details were used to conduct multiple online transactions. The bank later notified the owner.
Collie Police Senior Sergeant Heath Soutar is urging all community members to remain vigilant.
A sharp object was used to damage a car, located in the shopping centre car park near Johnston St, on May 24.
On Saturday, May 25, thieves entered a Wylam Road residence before rummaging through several rooms and then leaving the premises.
Nothing was removed or damaged in the incident.
Gloves and floodlights were stolen from a vehicle in Wellington Dam on Sunday, May 26.
The vehicle's owner was camping with friends in the area at the time.
In a separate incident on the same day, thieves gained entry to the Worsley Alumina Refinery near Gastaldo Rd.
The culprits broke into multiple sea containers before stealing a number of tools.
A gas bottle was stolen from a vacant premises on Moira Rd on Monday, May 27.
That same day, the owner of an Ogden St unit returned home to find three juveniles inside the premises. Police recovered a laptop and a portable speaker.
While on patrol, police spoke to a small group of male juveniles on Tuesday, May 28.
One juvenile was subject to judicial process for possessing cannabis and drug paraphernalia.
A 48-year-old male was charged with reckless driving following an incident on Forrest Highway, in Lake Clifton, on Wednesday, May 15.
He was caught travelling at 159 kilometres per hour in a 110km/hr zone.
Police attended 70 jobs and put eight people through the lock-up.