Police seek good samaritan who assisted after bank robbery
Police want to speak to good samaritan who assisted
following bank robbery
[Photos at http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/police-want-speak-good-samaritan-who-assisted-following-bank-robbery]
14 May 2014 - 5:19pm
Shortly after 1pm
this afternoon, a man armed with a nailgun entered the
Kiwibank on Sunnynook Road, Sunnynook.
the nailgun at the teller and demanded money.
then left the bank with a sum of money and fled. No-one was
A staff member chased the offender and
flagged down a passing motorist, who was driving on nearby
Cockayne Avenue. The man and the good samaritan attempted to
follow the offender as he ran away. They lost sight of him
but several minutes later saw a man fitting the offender's
description getting into a vehicle.
like to speak to the driver who was flagged down and
assisted, and are encouraging that person to get in
Enquiries to locate the offender are
continuing and he is described as the following;
-Male Maori or Pacific Islander.
-Aged in his
20's to 30's.
-Wearing black wrap-around sunglasses,
a black hoody and a black puffer vest (sleeveless), dark
pants and black sneakers with white trim.
with information is asked to contact the North Shore Police
on 09 213 7922.
Information can also be given
anonymously to the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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