Counties Manukau Police
02/17/2017 at 03:08. Facebook
Members of our community are welcome to attend the the opening of Family First Welfare Trust support service at 10-16 High Street, Otahuhu tomorrow at 1pm. The trust has been created to support Muslim families, however all members of our community are welcome. This is not a police event however we will be in attendance tomorrow.
Counties Manukau Police
02/13/2017 at 23:58. Facebook
Police be my valentine? #countiesmanukaupolice #nzpolice
Counties Manukau Police
02/12/2017 at 23:00. Facebook
15 new officers from Wing 302 have arrived in Counties Manukau this morning. They will spend a month at Manukau Station before they hit the streets across the district. #countiesmanukaupolice #nzpolice
As many of you will know, we are seeing huge growth in Papakura, in particular the construction boom. While it brings jobs and people to the area it also brings the risk of your new home being targeted for crime.

We are seeing building sites being targeted all over Papakura. Here are some tips to keep your new home safe. #safercommunitiestogether #nzpolice
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If you’re heading away this long weekend, Livvy has a vital message for you!

Auckland City Police carried out a road police operation on Wednesday. 220 infringement notices were issued including many for using cell phones while driving and not wearing a seatbelt.

If you’re on the road this weekend please be patient, watch your following distances and remember the reduced 4km speed threshold...
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Can you help us identify this man?
Remember this beauty Manurewa Molly?? Well Rewa is now a year old and is loving her new home on the North Shore. She was adopted by two police staff members and we are told she has firmly placed herself as the boss of the two dogs she lives with.
Where are Josh and Perry?

We're looking for 26 year-old Joshua Larkins, who is thought to be travelling in the company of his brother, 32 year-old Perry Bristow.

There are several warrants for the arrest of Josh Larkins, for failing to appear in court on charges that include possession of an offensive weapon and unlawfully being in an enclosed yard.

Police would also like to speak to the...
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Have you seen Kelly Ruka?
Police are asking for assistance from the public to locate 26 year old Kane Michael MCarley who has been actively avoiding Police since mid-December 2016.

He has several warrants for his arrest relating to serious drug offending.

Mr MCarley has been known to rent or stay in apartments throughout Auckland Central and also has familial ties in the South Island. He has tattoos on his left...
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Help us to give Jacob Pakura's whanau the answers they deserve

If you know anything please private message us or call 09 839 0656

Statement from family of Jacob Pakura and from Inspector Trevor Beggs

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We are looking for Jayden Mills. He's cut off his EM bracelet and has been avoiding police for three months. He's got warrants to arrest and he's believed to be armed, so do not approach him. If you do see him, contact 111 immediately or phone Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111. Thanks folks.
Our thoughts are with all of these families, who have a lost a loved one over the holiday period.

The faces of the road toll - National - NZ Herald News

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Have you seen Jayden Mills?

Police have a warrant for his arrest after he failed to appear in court where he is awaiting trial for serious drug charges. Jayden was on electronically monitored bail,

Jayden is 27-years-old and has a tattoo of a skull with wings on his neck and chest. He also has a tattoo on his forearm with the inscription “JAYZIAH 01/10/07”.

Jayden is known to reside in Mt...
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Counties Manukau Police are currently looking for Whare Puru who has a warrant for his arrest for failing to appear in court on aggravated robbery charges. Whare is 17-years-old and is likely to be in the Manurewa area. If you know where Whare is then please contact the Counties Manukau DCC on 09 261 1300 or call 111. You can also send us a private message on Facebook. Thanks