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Stolen Car FOUND!!

Lise from Glendene

* STOLEN CAR FOUND!! *

THANK YOU to everyone who messaged, my vehicle has been recovered in Tauranga!


Mazda Demio 2006 greyscale/ black registration KZR921 stolen last night in Tauranga between 3.40pm-10.30pm on Dive Crescent.

The car was currently still in Tauranga at 2.40pm this afternoon, person inside the car doing burnouts on Esmeralda Street and has been sited in the Welcome Bay Area of Tauranga, but no still on the run.

Please if you know anyone in Tauranga, please share the information and ask them to keep an eye out. Keep everyone safe and if you do have information please call POLICE ASAP they are searching for the car and please message me ASAP please!

Thank you!
Lise

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