Mail Theft Fraud Charges
On Friday 9th November 2012 Queenstown
Police , as a result of an ongoing investigation and with
assistance from NZ Post , arrested a 32 year old local woman
for theft of mail from the Fernhill Area , Queenstown
The thefts had been occurring over a two year period and
Police have recovered a substantial amount of mail including
parcels and letters from the woman's Frankton Road
The investigation is continuing and Police are
hoping with the assistance of NZ Post to be able to return
the stolen items as soon as possible .
Police would like
any person in the Fernhill area who believes they are
missing mail to contact NZ Post Customer Service Centre
0800 501 501.
The woman will be appearing in the
Queenstown District court on Monday 12th November 2012 .
Further charges are likely.
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