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Gold FM Police File

Posted 20 June 2018 by Gold FM in Emergency Services - Police, Fire, Civil Defence and Podcasts

Community Constable Harley North updated the Police File this week.

Tuesday 12 June
A 65 year old Waihi male was arrested after allegedly slashing the tyres of a motor vehicle at a Waitete Road, Waihi address. He is charged with burglary and is to appear in Court.

A 38 year old Athenree male was arrested after allegedly assaulting a female and damaging two televisions at an Athenree Road address. He is charged with assault and wilful damage and is appearing at Court.

Wednesday 15 June
A 52 year old Waihi female was arrested for theft at Kenny Street, Waihi after stealing another person’s wallet whilst taking a bus ride to Tauranga. She was found in possession of the stolen wallet when arrested. She is appearing in Court.

A stolen Toyota Estima motor vehicle was recovered near Pukekauri Road, Waitawheta. The vehicle had been stolen from a Waihi Beach address the night prior. Police are awaiting forensic results.

Thursday 14 June
A 63 year old Bowentown male was arrested for a historic family harm incident where he allegedly assaulted a female victim. He is charged with assault, wilful damage and possession of an offensive weapon. He is appearing in Court.

Friday 15 June
Police attended a historic burglary at a Moresby Avenue, Waihi address. A refrigerator was entered and meat was stolen. Police are investigating.

Waihi Golf Club was subjected to a burglary overnight. A cash box was forced open and cash was stolen. Police are investigating.

Saturday 16 June
Police attended another historic burglary at a Kenny Street, Waihi address. Several property items were stolen. Police are awaiting forensic testing.

Sunday 17 June
Police attended a historic burglary at a Snell Crescent, Waihi Beach address. Entry had been forced however it appears that nothing has been stolen. Police are investigating.

Waihi Police are interested in any information relating to crime. For non-urgent matters or enquiries contact Police 24/7 on 0800 780 101 (ask for the Crime Reporting Line) or to remain anonymous call Crimestoppers 0800 555 111; or visit the Waihi Police Station during public counter open hours Monday to Friday 8:30am to 3pm. For urgent matters call 111 and ask for police.