52 days ago

damaged vehicle

Garvin from Thorndon

Hello All,

About 1:00pm 1st Dec, I parked my car in the coupon parking area in Tinakori Rd, it's about 100M away from the Thorndon Fair, when I came back to my car about 2:30pm, my car was damaged, someone tried to do a parallel parking but hit my car and did a runner. My car is silver colour 2018 Holden Astra, the car which hit my car should be blue.
Anyone, who saw the incident, could you please contact me 029 9203160.
Attached picture is the damage to my car.

Thank you very much for your help.

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