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    Police are after information following a series of shop break-ins and car theft around the Waikato

    Police are after information following a series of shop break-ins and car theft around the Waikato


    The string of burglaries began on Wednesday night when six vehicles were stolen, then used to gain entry into commercial stores across Hamilton, Morrinsville, Nawton and Raglan.

    Police are still investigating - and asking the public to be vigilant about reporting suspicious vehicles or activity.

    Detective Sergeant Ben Norman, of the Waikato Tactical Crime Unit, says the burglaries are distressing for those involved, many of whom rely on the commercial premises for their livelihoods.

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