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Police release identikit images of home invasion offenders

Police release identikit images of home invasion offenders

Manawatu Police can now release identikit images of the two offenders involved in a home invasion at a rural Opiki property on Wednesday 30 April, 2014.
The first offender is described as;



- male Maori
- around 18 to 20 years old
- medium length dark hair
- around 5'7 to 5'8 in height
- medium to stocky build
- has a silver sleeper with a ball in the centre in his left ear
- has a noticeable missing tooth in his top row of teeth
- wearing dark coloured clothing

and the second as;



- male Caucasian
- around 18 to 20 years old
- around 6 foot in height
- lean build
- with very short possibly blonde hair or closely shaven hair
- wearing a grey or light coloured hoodie and a dark coloured cap

If anyone has seen these men or has any information about this incident please contact Constable Nick Parlane on (06) 215 4962. Information can also be provided anonymously to the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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