Posted by Gold FM on 31/10/2012
The Waihi Police have had a busy time over the past week. A car stolen from Clarke Street was later found burnt out in Katikati.
Last Saturday someone picked up a credit card that had been inadvertently left behind at the BP Service Station. While it was handed in, someone had decided to use it to do some shopping beforehand. Senior Sergeant Rex Knight said this is an offence and the person who used the card will be apprehended.
Early last week over 100 farm fence standards were stolen from a Woodlands Road property.
Cheeky thieves took a liking to figurines at a Margaret Street address last Thursday and flew off with a bird bath and other assorted garden ornaments.
The Waihi Police were called on to help out at a domestic dispute in Katikati last week.
As a result of Police enquiries a male has been charged with receiving a flat screen TV from a burglary at Waihi Beach. Thieves were disturbed during the robbery but they still managed to make off with the TV which has now been recovered.
If you know anything about any of these incidents, or you see or hear something that should be brought to the attention of the Police, they can be contacted on 07 863 8179. The Waihi Beach contact is 07 863 5236 and you can also call the anonymous 0800 555 111 number. If it's an emergency ring 111 immediately.
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