Properties damaged in Pukekohe

Police are investigating a wilful damage incident where every single window and door was broken on houses that were in the process of being built on Rowles Road, Pukekohe earlier this week. Bricks were thrown through the windows and doors of the two properties.
Inspector Kay Lane said, “No entry was made and nothing was taken from the two properties, which are still yet to be completed.”

Police attended the scene and are making follow up enquiries into the incident. Police want to hear from anyone with information about this incident. Anyone who can assist is asked to contact Pukekohe Police on 09 237 1700 or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Bricks were taken from the property and thrown through the windows of the house.

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