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Panmure, Auck: Armour Guard Knife point robbery


Location of incident: Point England, Glen Innes, Auckland

Incident Type: Knife point robbery

Police have been advised that an Armour Guard Security guard has been robbed in Point England area of Auckland. The guard had just uplifted an amount of money in course of his duties. The offender had a machete knife and placed this against the guard's throat and demanded money. The guard was not injured and an undisclosed amount of money was taken.

Offenders - (1) Male Pacific Islander, 20 yrs, solid build, 6 ` tall, short blk hair, wearing red/whi bandana across face, blu jeans and dark t shirt.

(2) Male Pacific Islander, 20 yrs, solid build, dark hair, also with bandana across face.

Offenders left in blue station wagon, towards Panmure roundabout. It appears as though a switch in vehicles was made and the offenders were seen to get into a silver station wagon, with tinted windows on rear with roof racks fitted. This vehicle was last seen in Tripoli road, then Trent road, where it was left.

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