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Police Report


Monday, 3 June to Sunday, 9 June.
 |  Constable Michael Carter  | 


Monday, 3 June: A burglary was reported as having occurred at a Racecourse Road address. Alcohol and food were taken.

An orange-coloured Holden SV6 was stolen from the Joan Gaskell Drive area. Any information regarding the location of this vehicle is requested to be passed on to police.

A trespass incident occurred at a Kupe Drive address. This person will be spoken to by police.

Tuesday, 4 June: A burglary was reported occurring at a South Highway address. A tractor was stolen from the location which has since been recovered. This tractor was driven out of town between 9.00pm and 1.00am by the offending person. Police are asking for assistance via CCTV or people who observed the driver to contact their local station.

Wednesday 5 June: A burglary was reported occurring at a Moewai Park Road address.

An offender was observed shoplifting from a Coghill Street premises. Enquiries are continuing to identify this person.

Thursday 6 June: A burglary was reported as having occurred at a Buffalo Beach Road address. Unknown persons have caused damage to the property to gain entry.

An address was burgled in Matarangi where various items were taken.


No arrests this week.


Monday 3 June: Family Harm incident was reported occurring at a Cook Drive address. A drunken argument between both parties with them both receiving sound advice from police.

Tuesday 4 June: A Family Harm matter occurred between adult siblings at a Matarangi address. Parties were separated by police.

Friday, 7 June: A Family Harm incident occurred at a White Street address. One of the parties was later removed by police for further assistance from outside agencies.

Sunday, 9 June: A Family Harm matter occurred at a Kuaotunu address where the intoxicated party refused to leave other family members alone.


Sunday, 9 June: A single vehicle collision occurred on Kuaotunu Wharekaho Road where a utility slid off the road. The driver is yet to be spoken to regarding the matter and other items located within the vehicle.

Several drivers have been observed in breach of their licence conditions. Please obey the road user rules and your driver licence conditions as they carry high demerit points. This includes drivers converting their overseas licences to NZ licences.

Police are targeting Restraints, Impairment, Distractions and Speed this month.