'Shoplifting Expo' Pays Dividends
Two people charged with multiple shoplifting
The 'Shoplifting Expo' held in Kerikeri
recently has paid dividends.
Following the expo, which
looked at prevention initiatives and detection techniques, a
business in Waipapa recognised some shoplifters yesterday
and called police.
A 22-year-old man and 35-year-old woman
have been charged with multiple shoplifting offences and a
burglary in Kaikohe where a quad bike was stolen.
has been remanded in custody to appear in the Kaikohe
District Court today.
Far North Area Prevention Manager
Senior Sergeant Chris McLellan says this result came about
due to some excellent work done by the business in
"This arrest shows that the 'Shoplifting Expo'
has already paid dividends and we've had some great feedback
from businesses thanking us for supporting them in
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