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Wairarapa Police: brazen burglary at Langlands Motorcycles

Wairarapa Police investigating brazen burglary at Langlands Motorcycles

Wairarapa Police are investigating a brazen burglary at Just before 5.30am on Tuesday the 22nd of August 2012, Langlands Motorcycles on Chapel Street, Masterton early yesterday morning.

Detective Sergeant Tracey Calder of the Wairarapa CIB says just before 5:30am yesterday morning it's alleged a male offender entered the locked store through the front door and walked out with a Red Honda CRF motorcycle valued at over $6,500.

"We are appealing to anyone who may have seen anyone suspicious in the vicinity of Chapel Street early yesterday morning, or a light coloured van parked outside Langlands Motorcycles between 4.00am and 5.30am."

Anyone with any information should contact Wairarapa Police on (06) 370 0300 or phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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