My house on the hill just before J tolhopf Rd ,container and out sheds were robbed. The gate chain and container locks were cut as well as a main entrance dead bolt door smashed. It happened between 7.pm Tues and 7am wed( Tues night) They used a vehicle “ ute or surf type” with large mud tyres and possibly had a trailer . They have taken a lot of personal stuff which they will possibly throw away as it will have no value to them as well as tools and valuable possessions etc . They backed down the side of the house and parked by the container as well as out by the road . If any one saw any vehicles looking suspicious or looked like they were moving house or loads of stuff , around Ahuroa rd through these times please contact me . They may of headed either to Puhoi or Ahuroa couldn’t tell.
Someone let our pet Ram out of his pen the day before and the steely boys may of given him the bash as he was covered in mud as if rolled around , I only hope Leroy broke their knee first. Leroy’s ok and back in Pen with treats.Regards
Paul M – tel: 422 0131
Can you please email out to all the rural street contacts to keep a look out for a red older style single cab ute.
Two males went to a dairy farm in Helensville asking for work on Sunday morning 17th September.If anyone has seen this ute and these males, in similar circumstances email me with details.
If this vehicle or the males, come to your farm asking for work please obtain the registration number plate of the ute and descriptions of the two males.
Could be perfectly legitimate, but I would like to let everyone know just in case it’s not.
Community Constable | Helensville | New Zealand Police
P +64 9 4209736 Extn: 96576 | M +64 211912682 | E Mandi.Bell@police.govt.nz
Helensville Station, 8 Rimu Street,
A man dressed in dark clothing carrying a large rifle was spotted walking eastbound along West Coast Rd tonight in the vicinity of 134 West Coast Rd at approximately 7:45pm
With the recent sets of attempted rustling and lamb thefts we’ve deemed it prudent to advise the police and to share this information with you all tonight.
Please keep an eye out for anything suspicious and be sure to report anything to the police first, then share information through the grapevine by sending details to email@example.com
To report something which is happening or a current concern simply call 111 and let dispatch decide how they want to handle your call.
If you think you know who this may have been can you let us know in order to remove the current concerns.
This from the Kaukapakapa Facebook group:
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Hey farmers,land owners in Kaukapakapa, surrounding areas
We live in Kaukapakapa, Stoney creek road. My neighbour and I have roughly 50/60 sheep, lambs between properties.Sometime Friday 12th or Saturday 13th August, some prick or pricks took lambs from our paddock which is near roadside. We were left with clean cut lamb heads.We also found lamb with left side of face torn off, but this looks 3 or 4 days old, so I’m unsure if this is connected. Concerning for me is they must have had a good look sometime,scoping the paddock as its very hilly,very wet, with gorse, blackberry not far from house and being a 5 acre paddock, you would need to know where you are going. One lamb had been bottle feed so sad for my kids to see just its head.
So keep an eye on neightbouring properties, been a Kaukapaian for long time, Im telling myself prick or pricks surely can’t live round here, but they new what they were doing for sure. If its you and you read this, come and see me we just chat,if you are hard up for cash, i will give you a whole sheep, i even get it butchered for you but you need to come and see me. Brandon
There have been a few sightings of suspicious activity involving a dark sedan scoping out lambs in a paddock on Martin Access Rd, it’s potentially related.
So, please keep your eyes open and alert the police to any suspicious behavior you might see, then drop us a note so we can warn the neighborhood support groups.
Thanks. Stay safe.
At about 00.30 this morning the dogs started to bark at a car that stopped next to our sheep paddock. The vehicle’s lights were off and I lightened them up with the spotlight after which they quickly started the car and sped off.
I couldn’t make out any number plate or make of car but it was a dark coloured sedan.
Be vigilant for these people trying to steal our sheep.
Barry and Ilze