Thefts keep police busy
Police attended a burglary at Web Gamers Cafe on Firth St where a X-Box was taken.
A 34-year-old man was arrested for threatening staff at the Matamata race course with an imitation gun.
Police attended a callout to a house in Nikau Pl after a camouflaged jacket was stolen.
Three men were spoken to after climbing onto the Bakehouse roof.
A 33-year-old man was arrested for possession of cannabis and a cross-bow which he intended to shoot a dog with.
Police attended a burglary on Smith St after a car battery and push bike were stolen.
Three men were arrested at Don Griffiths Ltd after they stole petrol and lit fires.
A vehicle was searched on Centennial Dr after its occupants were reported to be smoking cannabis.
Police attended a burglary on Smith St after a television and other electronics were taken.
Police spoke to a 13-year-old after he stole DVDs from United Video. He has been referred to Youth Aid.
Four cars were impounded after the drivers were found doing burnouts in them. The drivers have since been charged.
A burglary in Tower Rd was reported electronics were stolen from the property.
A yellow 4X4 motorbike was found on Old Te Aroha Rd and police are looking for an owner.
Police attended a two-car crash on SH29 after one of the drivers failed to give way. No injuries were sustained.
Police attended a burglary in Manuka St after the property was entered twice in one day. A laptop was stolen.
Police assisted with a stabbing domestic incident in Te Aroha.