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Youths located after anti-social behaviour

Youths located after anti-social behaviour in Flaxmere and Hastings

Please attribute to Detective Sergeant Craig Vining, Hawkes Bay CIB

Two youths were arrested yesterday (20 February) and charged in relation to a Flaxmere incident on Saturday 17th of February.

Two youth offenders, while on horse-back attacked a 19-year-old victim.

The 14 and 16 year old defendants will appear in court this Friday and also next month.

Police would like to thank all members of the community who contacted Police with information in relation to this.

Police also have referred a 13-year-old to Police Youth Services in relation to the burglary and arson at Riverslea School, Mayfair, Hastings on Sunday 18th of February.

Police believe others were involved and are still following lines of inquiry into this.

If anyone has any further information in relation to the damage to Riverslea School, they are encouraged to contact Detective Sergeant Craig Vining at the Hawkes Bay Police Station on (06) 831 0700 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.


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