Police seek help in Nelson drug investigation
Police seek help from public to locate Richmond man in
relation to drug investigation
Saturday, 17 May 2014 -
Police are keen to talk to 44 year-old Terry
Jones from Richmond in Nelson.
Mr Jones is a New Zealand
European who is 175 cm tall and has a distinctive birthmark
on his left cheek.
Police believe he may be able to assist
them with their on-going enquiries regarding Operation
Genoa. He is believed to be somewhere in the Nelson
Anyone with information which can assist with the
whereabouts of Mr Jones is asked to contact Police on (021)
Information can also be provided anonymously to
the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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