Dog killed after hit and run - Christchurch
Police News Alert Issued 10.10pm 30 December
"Dog killed after hit and run"
Police are seeking witnesses or information to help identify
a vehicle involved in a traffic incident outside the
Richmond Workingmen’s Club on Monday 30 December at
The vehicle mounted the footpath and struck a
small family dog being walked by its owner. Sadly the dog
died at the scene.
Vehicle is described as a blue Holden
commodore 1984 model.
Any information to Constable Steve
Sibley 0211911385 or can be provided anonymously by calling
CRIMESTOPPERS on 0800
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