Press Release – New Zealand Police
“Police investigating power tool burglaries appeal to public”
Auckland Central District Police are appealing for members of the pubic to identify two individuals who burgled a Mt Wellington hardware store in July.
On the night of 14 and 15 July, a large number of power tools were taken during a burglary of Bunnings Warehouse in Mt Wellington.
Property taken included the popular Makita power tool brand.
The Tactical Crime Unit at Glenn Innes Police can confirm that initial inquiries have concluded the suspects are one male and one female.
Both are described as Maori or Polynesian.
The male was wearing clothing branded with the ‘Dulux’ logo and the female is described as wearing a black patterned top with a grey scarf.
There will possibly be people in the community with knowledge of these burglaries and they might hold the key to solving this case.
Police believe the pair shown in the attached photograph can assist with their inquiries.
Any information involving the break in can be forwarded to Constable Nicola Clark from the Glen Innes Tactical Crime Unit on 09 526 7325 or by phoning Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 500 111.