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Far North police seek owners of stolen property

88 Cameron Street, Whangärei

Thursday April 24, 2014

Police would like to find the owners for some stolen property that was located recently.

On March 16 a stolen vehicle was recovered at Okaihau by Police after two offenders dumped it and took off in another car. Inside the stolen vehicle Police found an old generator, scuba diving gear, and fuel tanks.
Two men, aged 37 and 19 years, were later located and are in custody facing burglary charges.

Earlier this month Police arrested a 24-year-old man and 21-year-old woman for the burglary of Marty's Golf Driving Range and Café at Waipapa. As a result of information received from the public Police manage to recover the items stolen from the café.

Police also located property believed to be stolen from other properties in the Waipapa area.
One of these items is a large generator and yellow electrical lead.

Anyone who recognises these items can contact Kerikeri Police on 09 407 9211.


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