Po­lice want to talk to col­li­sion driver

Kapi-Mana News - - EDUCATION -

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.

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