76 days ago

Pukekohe businesses plagued by break-ins

Sapeer Mayron Reporter from Franklin County News

Kia ora neighbours! This is Sapeer, your local Franklin County News reporter.

As you may know, Pukekohe been plagued by break-ins, with nearly a dozen hits in just three weeks.

Since July 19, retailers and eateries on King St, Pukekohe, and eateries have faced a raft of attempted and successful burglaries, with some considering packing up shop.

On Wednesday, a 20-year-old man was charged with three counts of burglary, police said. He will appear in the Pukekohe District Court on Thursday.

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Here's a cool idea for communicating with your neighbours without technology or breaching alert level rules...

The Team from Neighbourhood Support New Zealand

Each household gets 3 pieces of coloured paper that can be displayed in a window or on a door that others can easily see.

- Green is for I'm OK

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This is a safe and simple way let others know how you're doing while also looking out for others in your community.

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