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Tauranga Police seek witnesses to Dairy robbery

Tauranga Police seek witnesses to Dairy robbery

Tauranga Police are seeking witnesses to the aggravated robbery of the Bellvue Superette in Windsor Road Tauranga this evening.

Detective Sergeant Trevor Brown stated that a male entered the superette at about 7.15 p.m. armed with a stick, demanding cash.

The offender has crossed Windsor Road from Ötümoetai College and entered the store.

The Police would like to speak to three males that were in Princess Road at this time and who are believed to have witnessed this male entering the shop.

The offender was a male of medium build wearing a dark coloured bandana, oval sunglasses, and a scarf across his face.

He was dressed in a black and white check shirt and dark trousers.

Any person with information can contact the Tauranga Police on 07 5774300 or Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.


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