EMERGENCY SERVICES Car break-ins worry
searching for this young man while they had executed the warrant.
A Huia St garage was entered. A mountainbike was taken but was recovered from a nearby soccer field.
Following a party on Rimu St, police said a 22-year-old man took a vehicle to ‘‘go home and get a munch’’.
He crashed the vehicle a few hundred metres down the road.
The driver ran away, while being chased by the vehicle’s owner.
Later on, the owner of the vehicle went around to a Vincent St address and started smashing the windows of the driver’s address, which Matamata police said just frightened the daylights out of the driver’s parent.
Police are following up on the circumstances and the damage to the house.
Two cars parked on Rewa were broken into.
One car was broken into by smashing the passenger door window. A jacket was removed and used to break into a car beside the first car by smashing the same window. Matamata police are looking to speak with two males seen on pushbikes.
One of the offenders was described as Maori, wearing a red cap and brown jacket and about 17-18 years old. It appears there was no attempt to take any of the cars.
An Arawa St business was entered. The rear door was kicked in and the office was entered and searched. It appears nothing was taken.
A group of four males on bikes were seen outside a Rawhiti Ave address while the owner was away. Boots on the porch were taken and thrown over the fence and another pair was left on the roadside. There was no attempt to enter the property.
A Mowbray Rd garage was entered. Police are following lines of enquiry in relation to a party that was being held opposite the address. An old laptop and TV were taken.
A 29 year old female was arrested for breach of bail conditions and appeared in Hamilton District Court on June 15.