Posted by Gold FM on 13/03/2012
Waihi Police Senior Sergeant Rex Knight brought us up to date with what's been happening over the past week.
He described it asÂ "a week of mop-ups". An arrest was made in connection to a car stolen from Anzac Bay and number plates that had been taken that we reported on last week. A man was taken into custody after police followed a vehicle he was driving from Whitianga to Whiritoa.
A scrap metal thief got himself in a 'sticky situation' literally, when his vehicle and trailer got stuck on a farmer's paddock. He'd decided to pinch some scrap metal from the property and hopefully he's now pinching himself for his stupidity, because he got caught.
Stolen goods and 3 Subaru cars were recovered from an Adams Street address, and the man who broke into the Professionals Real Estate office on Rosemont Rd last week was also apprehended.
Hear the full story here.
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