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June 19

Be­tween June 16 and 17 A Tawari St prop­erty was bur­gled and a green toy­ota Rav4, with the num­ber plate YU3484, was stolen.

June 17

A Jones St prop­erty in Wa­haroa was en­tered through a win­dow and items in­clud­ing cash were taken from draw­ers.

June 18

A Tai­hoa south Rd cow shed was bur­gled with diesel and petrol taken. Mata­mata sergeant Craig Thorne also ad­vised res­i­dents to drive to the con­di­tions and be aware that in the colder weather the roads could be damp and slip­pery. He also said to be aware of sun­strike, which was more likely to oc­cur at this time of year be­cause the sun is lower in the sky. Keep your wind­screen clean, in­side and out as dust and grime on the wind­screen can make the ef­fects of sun­strike much worse. If you ex­pe­ri­ence sun­strike, it may be best to pull over and wait. He also said to drive more cau­tiously when it was foggy.

June 17

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