Bike stolen from church

A 66 year-old female was the victim of theft whilst attending church.
The Pukekohe local left her electric bike in the entrance of the Anglican Church on Queen Street, only to come out twenty minutes later to find that it had been taken.
The incident happened around 8.20am on Sunday 3 December 2017, and Sergeant Jonathan Ziesler from the Pukekohe Tactical Crime Unit is encouraging the community to come forward with any information.
“It is a very unique bike, as it is motorized. There can’t be many of these are around here, and someone must know where it is,” he said.
Those who have information on the stolen bike can contact Sergeant Ziesler at the Pukekohe Police Station on 09 237 1700, or anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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