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Aggravated Robberies: Pokeno/Huntly


Aggravated Robberies: Pokeno/Huntly

Sunday, 31 August 2014 - 8:42pm


At about 1650hrs on the 31st of August 2014 three males entered the Pokeno Supermart store at Great South Road, Pokeno.

They assaulted the store worker before taking cash and merchandise.

They left in a stolen green Toyota Camry vehicle registration AAJ634 heading south on the expressway.

At about 1800hrs the same three males were involved in a similar robbery at the Hakanoa Street Dairy at Huntly in which a cash register was taken.

The three offenders are described as:

2 x male Maori of chubby build

1 x fair skinned male of skinny build (taller than the other two)

Please contact Det Const Philip ELVY of Counties Manukau Crime Squad if this vehicle is sighted.

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