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Kaikohe Police Thank Media and Public for Assistance


Kaikohe Police would like to thank the media and public for assisting in the locating of Jacob POA.

Jacob POA presented at the Kaikohe Police station earlier today. He appeared in the Kaikohe District Court today facing a number of charges in relation to this matter.

Kaikohe Police still wish to identify a grey coloured sedan similar to a Nissan Primera and its occupants. The vehicle had been travelling in and around the Kaikohe CBD between 10.00pm and 12.00am last Friday the 25th of January 2013.

POA is believed to have been travelling in the vehicle with two males and a female occupant.

Police ask that anybody who has any information in relation to this matter please contact Detective Sergeant Chris FOUHY on phone (09) 405-2966 or anonymously on 0800 555 111.

ENDS

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