Avondale Police wish to locate 55 year-old David Anaru
Avondale Police wish to locate
55 year-old David Anaru (pictured), who is wanted for
questioning in relation to two aggravated robberies in Mt
Albert, in late December.
David Anaru usually resides in
the Kelston area, however he may be anywhere in the wider
Auckland area. He is known to travel with a large black
There are warrants for David Anaru's arrest, he is
considered dangerous and should not be approached. Anyone
with information is asked to call the Avondale Police on 09
820 5763. Information can also be provided anonymously to
the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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On Pharmac, Gough Whitlam And Sleater-Kinney
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