Crime watch: June 18 - 22

Last updated 15:30 26/06/2012

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Monday June 18

Arrests: 7

Domestic Burglaries: 2

Where: Gemini Ave, Ward Street

Commercial Burglaries:  1

Where: Fairs Road

U/L Takings:  1

What: Black Mitsubishi Lancer Evo GHS755

Tuesday June 19

Arrests: 14

Domestic Burglaries: 1

Where: Botanical Road

Commercial Burglaries: 1

Where: Featherston Street

U/L Takings: Nil Reported

Wednesday June 20

Arrests: 9

Domestic Burglaries: 3

Where: Egmont Place, Cardiff Street, Botanical Road

Commercial Burglaries: 1

Where: Lombard Street

U/L Takings – Nil Reported

Thursday June 21

Arrests: 16

Domestic Burglaries: Nil Reported.

Commercial Burglaries: 2

Where: The Square, Church Street

U/L Takings: Nil Reported

Friday June 22  - Saturday June 23

Arrests: 29

Domestic Burglaries: 7

Where: Panako Place, Featherston Street,  Ranfurly Street,  Heretaunga Street,  Ngata Street, Featherston Street, Ada Street

Commercial Burglaries: 2

Where: Fitzherbert Ave., Main Street

U/L Takings:4

What: 2003 Red/Silver Holden Rodeo BCY629, Trailer J772E, Silver 1996 Subaru Legacy DGE143, Blue Mitsubishi Lancer Evo7 CPS270

Sunday June 24

Arrests: 11

Domestic Burglaries: 4

Where: Birmingham Street, Wharenui Terrace, Seddon Street,  Linton Street

Commercial Burglaries: 2

Where: George Street,  Rochester Street

U/L Takings – Nil Reported.

This information is provided by Palmerston North Neighbourhood Support. If you would like to have details of residential burglaries occurring in your suburb sent to your e-mail address each week by belonging to an e-mail tree for your suburb send your e-mail details to 



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