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17th Oct: Neighbourhood Watch
Published: 17 Oct 2017 - - Author: Newsroom

Wanganui Area Neighbourhood Support Groups

Weekly Newsletter 17 October 2017

Hi everyone,
Statistical information provided in this newsletter is for the period from 9 October 2017 to 15 October 2017. There were 10 burglaries in Wanganui, see list below. There were 2 theft x cars in Wanganui; Mount View Rd & Wicksteed St. Rural burglaries; Wikitoria Rd. Marton burglaries; Henderson’s Line & Broadway and theft x car in Kensington Rd.

SMITHFIELD ROAD, TAWHERO, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4501
ANZAC PARADE, WHANGANUI EAST, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4500
LONGBEACH DRIVE, CASTLECLIFF, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4501
WARD STREET, ARAMOHO, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4500
CORNFOOT STREET, CASTLECLIFF, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4501
COLLEGE STREET, COLLEGE ESTATE, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4500
LONGBEACH DRIVE, CASTLECLIFF, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4501
SMITHFIELD ROAD, COLLEGE ESTATE, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4500
TALBOT STREET, WHANGANUI EAST, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4500
KOTARE STREET, ARAMOHO, WHANGANUI DISTRICT 4500

Report a bad driver – *555 and Roadwatch (info sourced from NZ Police website)

For emergencies call 111.

Dial *555 FREE from a mobile phone to report road incidents which are urgent but not lifethreatening. This includes such things as non-injury crashes, erratic driving, traffic congestion, breakdowns and obstructions on the highway. Your call will go to a Police Communications Centre but will be given lower priority than 111 calls.

Eye on Community Magazines… are available from the Wanganui East Community Police Station, 69A Moana Street in the mornings. Alternatively we can post two copies to you to pass around your group. From next week in Marton, Hunterville and Waverley the magazines will be available at your Police Station.

Many thanks to the kind sponsors of the magazine!

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