Hi guys, I've got an IP in perth and asking for a bit of advice regarding my tennant. Basically its a brand new villa we purchased and are leasing out, we rang all of his references 2x previous land lords and his boss in the construction field and they couldn't say a bad word about him pays on time etc etc etc. He is mid 20's and came across as the perfect tennant, so we signed the rental agreement he payed bond all good. He moved in 2 weeks ago. He claims somebody tried breaking in last week and gave me a call, which I told him to file a police report for a attempted break and enter. He didn't want to cause a fuss and said nah all good just want to let you know. So I let it be. Fast forward a week, this morning he said somebody broke in and stole a large sum of cash but left all of his jewelry and went to no other room except for the main bedroom which has no alarm sensor. So I told him to file a police report this time which he did and gave me the report number. I went down to have a look and there was no sign of forced entry. The window he claimed they entered through an is an awning window which had the flyscreen on and had no signs of screwdriver marks or anything like that to pry it open. A child would struggle to fit through let alone an adult. I asked him why he didn't take photo's or call the police in the first place, which he didn't really have an answer to.. He mentioned that the forensics were going to go there and have a look and also question him about why he had such a large sum of money there. As i was leaving I spoke to a neighbour who has spoken to him a few times and got to know him and said that during conversation he mentioned he is involved with drugs and gangs, this neighbour also mentioned my tennant owed somebody a large sum of money.. Which is what makes me believe he is fabricating this whole scenario of the missing cash and attempted break ins... Anyways before I found about the above, I offered to set up CCTV and put up some sensor lights which we were going to do anyways before he moved in and it will not cost me a lot to do as I am in the trade. He is also asking about getting a security door installed at the front door and an additional alarm sensor in the main bedroom which I believe is an unreasonable request. His first payment of rent is due on Monday so I hope he doesn't use this as an excuse to not pay. What would a reasonable landlord do if you were in the same scenario? Obviously I have no written proof or evidence of the above I rang the police who put me onto freedom of information and could only confirm that the tennant had lodged a report but couldn't disclose details of the report to me. they could only confirm that the "damaged" window was not included in the report. Could/should I kick him out or is it too late Appreciate any advice.