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Theft of Trumpets

Published: Thu 25 Apr 2013 12:14 PM
Theft of Trumpets
At around 5.20 am this morning participants in the Christchurch Anzac Parade were congregating in Cranmer Square prior to the parade commencing.
One of the participants placed a bag containing several trumpets and the music for the parade on the ground. A cyclist rode past and grabbed the bag then cycled off towards Park Terrace.
Police were dispatched to the area and found the cyclist exiting Hagley Park. A 35 year old Christchurch Man has been arrested for theft.
The bag, trumpets and music were returned to there owners in time for the parade.
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