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Assault Christchurch

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NZ Police Media Release 11 August 2012

Police are investigating an assault of a 35 year old female at her Burwood home on the evening of 10 August 2012.

Detective Greg BEER of the Papanui Police said he would like to hear from anyone in the Burwood Road, Lake Terrace Road area that may have seen any person or vehicles acting suspiciously in that area between 5 pm and 8 pm on 10 August 2012.

He would also ask residents that if they have had thefts or break-ins in this area over the last week, and have not already reported them to Police then to please do so via the Police non emergency phone number 363 7400.

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