BUR­GLAR­IES

South Waikato News - - Motoring -

There were two bur­glar­ies for the week. In these small elec­tronic items have been tar­geted along with a sub­stan­tial amount of mu­sic equip­ment in­clud­ing acous­tic and elec­tric gui­tars, a drum kit, amp, speak­ers, and a sax­o­phone.

If you have any in­for­ma­tion about this or if you have been of­fered any mu­sic equip­ment dur­ing the last cou­ple of months that seems sus­pi­cious get in touch.

This can be done by ei­ther call­ing the sta­tion on 885 0100 or anony­mously via Crimestop­pers on 0800 555 111.

‘‘Since do­ing our in­quires we have found that other New Hol­land trac­tors have also been tar­geted in the Te Awa­mutu and Cam­bridge area so we are ask­ing farm­ers to take care of where they leave their ma­chin­ery.’’

Since do­ing our in­quires we have found that other New Hol­land trac­tors have also been tar­geted in the Te Awa­mutu and Cam­bridge area so we are ask­ing farm­ers to take care of where they leave their ma­chin­ery and call us if you see any­thing out of the or­di­nary.

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