Wanted men now arrested
Police have now located and arrested Nathan ANDERSON and
ANDERSON, aged 32, was wanted in relation to
an aggravated robbery that occurred at a residential
property in Whanganui, on Sunday 10 November 2013. He was
arrested at a property in Palmerston North yesterday (2
December) at 6:40pm.
TIPENE, aged 37, who ANDERSON was
known to associate with, was wanted for outstanding warrants
to arrest. He was also arrested yesterday at 1:30pm after
the Armed Offenders Squad and officers cordoned off a house
on College Street, Palmerston North.
Palmerston North and
Whanganui Police want to thank the public for their
assistance in helping them apprehend the two
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