Crimes­top­pers catches crims

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Crimes­top­pers in­for­ma­tion is fly­ing in — no hon­our among thieves or drug­gies.

Please keep it com­ing on 0800 555 111.

Po­lice have been flat out with shock­ing al­co­hol harm that af­fected this com­mu­nity last week­end.

Again dan­ger signs of ex­treme booz­ing are creep­ing in, so please look af­ter each other.

More boats are be­ing tar­geted by thieves so to all boat own­ers please take note. This is hap­pen­ing all over town.

A male was dis­turbed re­cently hang­ing around a prop­erty in the eastern part of town. Po­lice are keen to hear from any­one who saw a medium-build Eu­ro­pean male with a slight mous­tache and a deep voice, hang­ing around over the last few days.

Po­lice are crack­ing down on al­co­hol harm as we have been see­ing too much trauma in re­cent weeks. Bar own­ers, please be re­spon­si­ble for who you al­low to drink and dine in your es­tab­lish­ments.

Po­lice will be check­ing all li­cences and that duty bar man­agers have the right re­quire­ments and are not hang­ing around the back while al­co­hol is sold.

Shame about the weather, but Whanga­mata¯ has been look­ing sharp. A big shout out to a fan­tas­tic com­mu­nity. I can’t wait to show us off when the masses ar­rive.

Keep safe and happy days.

‘Po­lice are crack­ing down on al­co­hol harm as we have been see­ing too much trauma in re­cent weeks. Bar own­ers, please be re­spon­si­ble for who you al­low to drink and dine in your es­tab­lish­ments.

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