Baby George on the beat



Constable Nick Richards is seen here holding a very seriously looking baby George who hopefully grows up with less repeat burglaries in his neighbourhood.
Baby George went along to check out the new SelectaDNA caravan and to find out what all the fuss was about.
He really looked the part in his blue tracksuit and stern look . We think he was actually there for the tractor which was delivered by Norwood, Pukekohe. The SelectaDNA caravan will be at the Waiuku Town Square today and tomorrow.

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