Tyres of more than 20 parked cars slashed on North Shore street

‘Oku lolotonga fakatotolo ‘a e kau polisi Nu’u Sila’ hili ‘eni hano hoka ‘o ha va’e ‘o ha ngaahi me’alele laka hake ‘i he 20 ‘i Northshore, Nu’u Sila ‘o hoko ‘eni ‘i he hala Tiri tiri mo e Woodhams. Kuo ui ai e kau polisi ki he kakai’ ke nau tokoni ange ‘i hono kumi e kakai ngāue pango’ ni.

Police are investigating reports of damage to more than 20 vehicles that occurred overnight in the Birkdale area.

A number of vehicle tyres have been vandalised in the Tiri Tiri Road and Woodhams Street area and we are working to establish how this has occurred.

Police encourage anyone who has sustained damage their vehicle to report it to police if you have no already done so.

Police would also like to hear from any residents who may have CCTV footage and ask that you contact Sergeant Andrew Hawkins on (09) 477 5261 or email Andrew.hawkins@police.govt.nz.

Police are making area enquiries and conducting scene and forensic examinations and are interested to hear from anyone who may have information.

If you have any information that could help our investigation, please contact Waitemata Police on (09) 477 5261.

Alternatively, information can also be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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