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Arrest made in relation to Mosgiel dwelling burglaries

" Arrest made in relation to Mosgiel dwelling burglaries"

Please attribute to Senior Constable Karren Bye:

Police have arrested a 32-year-old woman in relation to two recent burglaries from properties on Puddle Alley, Mosgiel on February 1st and 8th.

Items taken from the properties, which are in close proximity to each other, included cash, cell phones and jewellery.

Following Police enquiries into the burglaries, the 32-year-old woman was arrested on Wednesday and charged with two counts of burglary.

She is due to appear in Dunedin District Court today.

Police would like to thank the public for their support in the apprehension of this woman.

We want to reinforce how important it is for the Mosgiel-Taieri community to come forward and contact Police if they ever have information which may be useful in solving crime or preventing it from occurring.

Never hesitate to contact us if something appears suspicious or out of place.

Let’s work together to keep our community safe.


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