Collie Police will conduct further inquiries following an incident at Fairview Primary School, on Steere Street, last weekend.
Between June 14 and 17, thieves broke into the school's sports shed and stole various items.
The culprits also removed a large gas bottle from the pre-primary area.
A small bag of loose change was stolen from a vehicle on Jones Street, on Thursday, June 6 at 5pm.
Earlier this month, thieves forced open a window before stealing beer and biscuits from a house on Regent Street.
In a separate incident, thieves smashed a window and took two notepads from a car on Fawdon Way.
On Friday, June 7, vandals allegedly used a knife/sharp implement to damage Collie PCYC's floor matting.
Police responded to an assault on Throssell Street at 1.15pm on Saturday, June 8. The investigation is ongoing.
At 8.20am on Wednesday, June 12, officers uncovered a bong and cannabis on Baird St.
One person was charged with possessing a prohibited drug and possessing drug paraphernalia, while another was charged with obstructing police. The pair will face court at a later date.
A black wheelie bin was stolen from a shop on Johnston St. After being spoken to by police, the offender was ordered to pay compensation.
Thieves smashed a passenger side window and stole a black wallet from a car on Atkinson St.
A letter box was damaged on Pincep St, between May 31 and June 11.
At 2.05pm on Sunday, June 16, four juveniles were spotted inside a construction site on Coverley Drive.
Various tools were stolen from a Coverley Dr premises, between June 16 and 17. The occupant/victim was packing up and moving house at the time.
Vandals forced open a door before causing damage to a house on Wylam Road. The culprits left footprints on the kitchen, bathroom, and lounge-room walls.
Real estate agency employees reported the incident on June 17.
Mail was stolen from a letter box on Princep St, between May 18 and June 17.
Earlier this week, thieves smashed a window and took two money tins from a home on Park St.
At 2.20pm on June 17, one person was caught stealing from a shop on Forrest St.
The offender was spoken to by police and forced to return the items. She will face court at a later date.
Cash and cigarettes were stolen from a car on Princep St, between June 18 and 19.
Police are calling for the owner of a red Honda Motorcycle to come forward.
Anyone with information regarding these offences has been urged to contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.