Men sought in connection with Tauranga assault
Men sought in connection with Tauranga
Tauranga police are seeking information about
a group of men in relation to an assault which occurred this
At around 3am, a 25 year old male was assaulted
by 3 to 5 males as he was walking along the very northern
end of the Strand.
As a result he received a deep cut to
his mouth requiring stitches and had his wallet and its
The 3 to 5 males were believed to be
driving around town earlier in the night in a dark-coloured
four door sedan.
Police are investigating and would like
to hear from anyone that may have seen this group of males
or vehicle before or after the assault.
Detective Nicky Schrafft of the Tauranga Police on 07 577
4300. Alternatively, you can call Crimestoppers anonymously
on 0800 555
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