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Counties Manukau Police arrest Teariki Marsters

Counties Manukau Police arrest Teariki Marsters

Counties Manukau Police have arrested Teariki Marsters.

Yesterday Afternoon Police located Teariki Marsters at a home address at Bairds Road in Otara.

Police were following up enquiries about a stolen vehicle. The enquiries led them to the Bairds Road address. A team of Officers searched the address and located the vehicle. Marsters was also located at the house hiding underneath a bed and was arrested for Breach of Bail.

Counties Manukau Major Crime Team interviewed and charged Marsters with Aggravated Robbery. He is due to appear in Manukau District Court today.

Another male at the address claimed responsibility for stealing the stolen vehicle and was arrested.

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