Two teenagers, including a 13-year-old boy, have been charged after allegedly breaking into the home of a Fitzroy Crossing woman, threatening her with a knife and stealing her car. Police allege at about 12.15am on January 7, three male offenders with their faces covered forced entry into the home of a 64-year-old woman and threatened her with a weapon before stealing her black Hyundai Sante Fe station wagon. The vehicle was later found abandoned. Derby detectives have charged two teenagers in relation to the incident with 20 offences, including aggravated armed robbery, stealing a motor vehicle, criminal damage and destruction of property, stealing, trespass and no authority to drive. A 16-year-old and a 13-year-old are due to appear in Fitzroy Crossing Children’s Court on February 6, with investigations into the third alleged offender still ongoing. The incident comes as The West Australian reported crime rates in Fitzroy Crossing had plummeted last year, with burglary and motor vehicle theft both almost down 66 per cent. In November, it was announced the State Government’s youth crime initiative, Target 120, had found a provider in Fitzroy Crossing more than 18 months after it was first announced. Anyone with any information relating to this investigation is urged to call Fitzroy Crossing police on 9163 9555 or contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or via crimestopperswa.com.au.