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A MAN and a youth have been charged following an overnight incident in which rocks and a concrete slab were thrown through a police station window in the West Australian holiday town of Dunsborough.
A 23-year-old man had been charged with criminal damage and hindering police, while a 17-year-old youth was charged with damage, WA police said today.
The pair allegedly threw the projectiles through the police station window and the teenager then tried to crawl through the broken window, a Dunsborough police spokesman said.
"He didn't end up getting in (the broken window), but he came through the door with the police," the spokesman said.
Officers were today questioning the 17-year-old in relation to other alleged sexual offences, the spokesman said.
"We believe (the 17-year-old) was trying to get inside the police station because there were some girls inside," he said.
"One of the girls came close to being hit when the window was smashed."
The spokesman said both the 23-year-old and the youth were in Dunsborough - a popular south coast holiday venue - for end-of-school parties.
He said alcohol had been a factor in the alleged offences.
"The schoolies haven't been too bad," he said.
"We're just making sure they have a good time, safely and without damaging local property."
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