Dargaville Police Seek the Owner of a Multi Kai Cooker
New Zealand Police
Thursday May 9,
Dargaville Police are looking for the owner
of a multi kai cooker.
The cooker, worth about $800, was
located at a Dargaville address and is believed to have been
It has some wording on it, which Police say the
owner will know.
To claim the cooker the owner can contact
Detective Shawn House on 09 439 3414.
Attached is a photo
of a cooker similar to the one that has been found.
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