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Stolen Cars Otaki

18 Mar 2008 Central

Location of incident: Otaki, Kapiti Coast

Incident type: Stolen Cars Otaki

***** From Otaki Police *****

For the second time this week Otaki Police have taken a complaint from a car owner who's keys, then car was stolen while swimming at Otaki Beach The first car has been recovered abandoned in Dittmer Street.

The second car reg 'DSP639' a white 1999 Toyota Vitz 5 door hatch belonging to a woman in her 80's was taken at about 1245pm today (tuesday) and has yet to be located Victim Support have been activated to help the very upset woman Otaki Police urge car owners not to leave their keys unattended while swimming.

Anybody seeing the stolen car 'DSP639' should ring 111 immediately. Or if theu have any information regarding these offences they should ring 06 3647366 Sgt Noel BIGWOOD Otaki Police Issued By: Sergeant Andy Dow


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