Posted by on 03/06/2014
Sergeant Aaron Fraser updated the Gold FM Police File this week.
Patrolling the roads kept Police busy over the long weekend and Sergeant Fraser said overall motorists were well behaved and the maximum 4km speed threshold will apply every public holiday.
Sometime between Tuesday and Thursday of last week somebody got up to some 'dirty business'! A window of a house in Seddon Street was opened and dirt was thrown into the lounge. If anyone knows who the culprit is please contact Police.
The Waihi Bowling Club has been targeted lately. An alarm was activated after a window in the building was smashed last week and a return visit on Friday resulted in a small amount of cash being stolen while a member of the club was tending to the greens. A suspect has been identified by keen eyed neighbours and further work is being done by Police.
Last Thursday a Seaforth Road property at Waihi Beach was visited by someone who went through the house.
Domestic incidents kept Police busy over the long weekend.
Problems with youth have quietened down since the school term started. Police have had some good results with search warrants that were executed last week due to the community passing on information and Sergeant Fraser said, "Things are going well at the moment".
The public is urged to dial 111 immediately if they see something that needs urgent action and the anonymous tip off line is 0800 555 111.