Lock up and beat the bur­glars

Matamata Chronicle - - News -

Mata­mata Po­lice are warn­ing peo­ple to be vig­i­lant when se­cur­ing their houses af­ter a num­ber of bur­glar­ies last week. A lot of the bur­glar­ies were car­ried out on in­se­cure houses af­ter some doors were left un­locked and win­dows open.

A Mata­mata house was bur­gled and a lap­top stolen.

A house was en­tered and cam­eras, a lap­top, a Plays­ta­tion por­ta­ble and games were taken.

A 36-year-old Wa­haroa man was ar­rested and dealt with for driv­ing while for­bid­den.

Overnight a house was bur­gled. Two lap­tops, a cell phone and a dig­i­tal cam­era was stolen.

A 22-year-old fe­male was ar­rested af­ter fail­ing to ap­pear in court.

Po­lice at­tended a two-car ac­ci­dent on State High­way 24 where no in­juries were sus­tained.

A ru­ral house was bur­gled and a tele­vi­sion and Plays­ta­tion 3 were stolen.

Po­lice in­ves­ti­gated a mi­nor as­sault near McDon­ald’s.

A house was en­tered overnight and a tele­vi­sion, cam­eras and cash were taken from the prop­erty.

Po­lice at­tended an ac­ci­dent on the Kaimai Ranges af­ter a sole per­son on a mo­tor­cy­cle lost con­trol. Mi­nor in­juries were sus­tained and the driver was treated at Tau­ranga Hos­pi­tal.

Po­lice are in­ves­ti­gat­ing wil­ful dam­age to a ve­hi­cle which was parked in a street at a res­i­den­tial ad­dress.

A 27-year-old man was ar­rested for as­sault­ing a fe­male.

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