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Witnesses sought following driving incident in Kerikeri

Witnesses sought following driving incident in Kerikeri

Police are seeking information from witnesses to a driving incident involving two vehicles that occurred in Kerikeri yesterday (Wednesday 28th February).

The incident occurred at approximately midday and allegedly involved erratic driving.

The incident involved a black vehicle and a silver vehicle and occurred on Purerua Road, continuing down Kapiro Road, Landing Road, Waipapa Road, and on to the Kerikeri Heritage Bypass.

To date, Police have charged one of the drivers in relation to this incident, however we want to hear from any witnesses as part of our ongoing enquiries and to help establish the circumstances surrounding this incident.

Anyone with information can contact Constable Mark Barratt from Kerikeri Police (09) 407 9211 or alternatively you can contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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