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Western Bay of Plenty Police seek Adrian Rewiri

Published: Tue 14 Aug 2018 04:50 PM
"Western Bay of Plenty Police seek Adrian Rewiri"
Western Bay of Plenty Police are seeking to locate Adrian John Rewiri, aged 32, currently of no fixed abode.
Rewiri is wanted to arrest for failing to appear in Tauranga District Court on 14 June 2018, on charges relating to driving while disqualified and possession of a firearm.
The attached photograph is a good likeness.
Enquiries with associates indicate that Rewiri is likely to be using makeup to disguise his facial tattoos and is also believed to be wearing a wig.
Police believe that he is moving between Tokoroa, Tauranga, Matamata and Rotorua.
Police are aware that associates are assisting Rewiri to avoid arrest.
We would remind those associates that by actively assisting Rewiri to avoid arrest they are committing an offence punishable by imprisonment.
Anyone with information in relation to the whereabouts of Rewiri is asked to contact their nearest Police Station or Tauranga Police on 07 577 4300.
Information can also be provided anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
images, online at: http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/western-bay-plenty-police-seek-adrian-rewiri

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