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Auckland Police Seek Ngarahupi KAKA

Auckland Police Seek Ngarahupi KAKA

Auckland Police wish to locate Ngarahupi Hohepa KAKA, aged 39, latterly of Mount Roskill.

Kaka is male, of Maori descent, about 183cm (6 feet) in height and of thin build. He has long dark hair and sometimes wears it in a ponytail.

Kaka has four warrants to arrest issued from the Auckland District Court for:

? Breach of Protection Order (x2)
? Breach of Court Release Conditions
? Failure to Answer District Court Bail

Police also want to speak to Kaka in relation to two sexual violation matters.

Kaka has contacts in Auckland and Dannevirke and is known to frequent bars and backpacker hostels in central Auckland. He could also be travelling to Wellington.

Kaka is considered violent and dangerous and should not be approached.

If Kaka is seen then Police urge the public to call 111 or Crimestoppers: 0800 555 111.

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