Police appeal for witnesses to pedestrian struck in Grafton
Police appeal for witnesses to pedestrian struck in
Police are appealing for witnesses to a hit and
run incident that occurred on 30 March 2018.
11.10pm on Friday 30 March 2018, a motor vehicle struck a
pedestrian at the intersection of Karangahape Road and
Ponsonby Road, Grafton.
The driver of the vehicle did not
stop and we are appealing to the public for anyone who may
have witnessed the incident to contact police.
Investigation Support Unit is investigating and asked if you
have any information that could help our investigation,
please contact Senior Constable John Noonan on (09) 215
Alternatively, information can also be provided
anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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