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Armed Hold-Up At BNZ Meadowland Dr, Howick


Armed Hold-Up At BNZ Meadowland Dr, Howick

Police report that an armed hold-up has taken place at the BNZ Meadowlands branch.

Police say one male offender entered BNZ armed with a pistol. Fired one shot into air then pointed firearm at teller and demanded cash. The offender then fled scene with an unknown amount of cash.

A person fitting the suspect description was seen driving not far from the scene by a Police Patrol. A short pursuit ensued (2 mins) before the vehicle stopped in a private driveway.

The offender was apprehended, cash recovered, and an air pistol recovered. Matter is presently been dealt with by Howick Police.

There was no injury to any person/s during the robbery or pursuit.

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