Appeal for information following aggravated roberries

Published: Wed 2 Nov 2016 09:41 AM
"Hawkes Bay Police appeal for information following aggravated roberries"
Hawkes Bay Police are seeking any reports of suspicious activity in relation to a red Suzuki Jeep in the Hastings area.
Following aggravated robberies on Te Mata Road and Heretaunga Street, Hastings over the weekend, involving the same vehicle, Police are seeking any related reports.
As a result of the two aggravated robberies, three people have been arrested and are currently before the courts.
Two men appeared in court yesterday afternoon and are remanded in custody.
The third offender is before the youth court and has been released on bail.
Hawkes Bay CIB ask anyone who may have sighted suspicious behaviour involving a red Suzuki jeep to contact Police on 06 831 0700.
Alternatively, information may be passed on anonymously to Crimestoppers via 0800 555 111.

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