Police want to talk to collision driver
TAWA: Police are looking for the driver and vehicle that were involved in a collision outside Super Liquor on Main Rd, Tawa, on December 23.
The vehicle had been parallel parked, facing south, before the driver attempted to complete a u-turn, but collided with a southbound vehicle about 10am. The driver stopped for a short time before driving off north towards Porirua.
The vehicle was described by witnesses as a dark coloured fivedoor Ford station wagon. It would have sustained damage on the front right corner.
The driver was described as male, European, between 20 and 30 years old, with long straight black hair that went down to between his ears and shoulders. There were two customers in the Super Liquor store about this time, and police would like to speak to them as well. Call Constable Liam Stewart on 04 238 1400 with any details. WHITBY: Police have arrested four youths believed responsible for vandalising a building at Samuel Marsden Collegiate on the night of January 26. Several windows had been smashed, and frames damaged.
Meanwhile, the nearby scout hall has continued to receive attention from vandals.
On the night of January 26, a box of Tui beer was consumed near the hall, and a number of the bottles subsequently smashed. A sleeper surrounding the camp fire was dug up, broken into two pieces, then used to smash seven windows.
Anyone with information should call Porirua police on 04 238 1400.