Police are investigating wilful damage at a service station in Queenstown after youths threw rocks at a vehicle.
Sergeant Mark Gill, of Queenstown, said two male youths threw rocks into the Z station on Frankton Rd at 11.15 last night, hitting and damaging a vehicle.
Meanwhile, police are asking for help identifying the owner of a large box and jump starting gear.
A box found on Glenda Dr, in Frankton, on June 6 was handed to police this week and appeared to contain a large lampshade.
The two jump starters, a 600 amp model and a compact super mini booster kit, were recovered by police searching a Queenstown property during a burglary investigation.
Senior constable Chris Blackford said a man was jailed on charges that related to the search but police wanted to identify the owner of the hardware.
- © Fairfax NZ News
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