Burglary Tuesday 19 June (last Tuesday)

In the vicinity of Ahuroa Rd and Ahuroa Valley Rd intersection.

Came home to find my door kicked in and all computer gear taken, mostly old, and some not even going, plus a selection of odd little things – oddest being frozen stoat bait. Had deadlocks and all windows secure, can only think it was random passers-by. A neighbour saw two cars parked at the road intersection, would be interesting to know if anyone else was hit. Police have been and fingerprinted.

Cheers,

Dorothy

Suspicious male – Kaukapakapa, morning of 8th June.

Suspicious male captured on footage at an address on Burke Road, Kaukapakapa this morning. 08/06/2018.

The vehicle in the background is not connected to this male.

If you know this person or can provide any further information please contact Mandi using the details below.

Regards,

Mandi Bell
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, PO Box 14, Helensville, www.police.govt.nz
Safer Communities Together

Recent Burglaries

Hi all

It appears that there were two shed burglaries overnight – one in Kaipara Flats, and one at Tauhoa, with motorbikes, chainsaw etc stolen. A great reminder to be vigilant about locking sheds, and also keeping an eye out for vehicles that don’t seem to fit. Police are happy if you ring and report a number plate, so don’t worry if you are being over cautious!

Regards
Nicky Berger

Ahuroa School Community Help Desperately needed.

Hi wonderful community,

Please can you help me out. We have had a spate of vandalism at the school. From bottles and nappies in the pool to concrete being poured on our multipurpose turf. Today we had some bottles broken in our driveway.

If you know who is responsible for this senseless damage, please let me know or better still let the police know.

It is pretty hard to keep our fabulous little school looking great at the best of times, let alone once we have vandals mucking around. Every time we need to spend time and money on this it takes something away from our lovely kids.

If you are driving past the school and notice anything untoward, please take some photos, or number plates  and send it through to me at principal@ahuroa.school.nz

Thank you in advance for your help.

Kind regards

Michelle Nell

Principal

AHUROA SCHOOL

1349 Ahuroa Road

Ahuroa,

RD 1

Warkworth 0981

Tel: 09 422 5898 Fax: 09 422 5893

Mob: 021 133 2376