Whangarei Police search for owner of stolen camera
Whangarei Police search for owner of stolen
Whangärei Police would like to locate the
owner of some stolen cameras that
following a search warrant.
Following the search on a
Whangärei address, Police have not been able to
identify and locate the owner of the cameras.
they have recovered what appear to be photos of the owner
The photos are of a trip
around Europe and include some of a 2007 Marc
exhibition at Nice in France.
If you are the owner of
these cameras, Whangärei Police would like to hear
from you and hopefully reunite you with your
Anyone with information can contact Constable
Logan Matheson at Whangärei
Police on 09 430
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