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Police investigating theft of Warriors gear

"Police investigating theft of Warriors gear"

Please attribute to Detective Senior Sergeant Marcia Murray, North Shore Investigations Manager

Police are investigating the theft of a number of items stolen from a vehicle in Torbay which included Warriors uniforms and equipment.

Between 4:10am and 4:45am this morning, the vehicle containing players’ uniforms, GPS units and a video drone among other items were stolen from the van.

“There are a number of very distinctive items that were taken and police are appealing to anyone who has information to contact us immediately. The Warriors playing strip is particularly identifiable and we’re asking for anyone who hears of any items that they think may be associated with the Warriors to call us as soon as possible. The items stolen need to be returned to their rightful owners and those responsible held accountable.” said Detective Senior Sergeant Marcia Murray.

Police are conducting inquiries which includes reviewing CCTV footage and scene of crime officers have attended the scene.

If you have any information that could help our investigation, please contact Detective Senior Sergeant Marcia Murray, North Shore Investigations Manager on (09) 213 8328.

Alternatively, information can also be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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