Three arrested for arson
Friday, 18 October 2013 -
Bay Of Plenty
On Thursday 17 October,
Tauranga Police arrested two men aged 26 and 33 and a female
aged 23, in relation to the arson of a vehicle in Churchill
This incident occurred in the early hours of
6 August, 2013.
The trio are all local residents and have
been jointly charged with arson.
They will appear in the
Tauranga District Court on Monday, 21 October.
Peter Farrell said that he would like to acknowledge the
assistance received by police from members of the public in
relation to this
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