Home' East and Bays Courier : November 24th 2010 Contents 10 EAST & BAYS COURIER, NOVEMBER 24, 2010
WHEN EVERY SECOND COUNTS...
Fast Effective Response Minimises Loss
In the early hours of last Sunday a Matrix Security officer on
patrol responded, within seconds, to a multiple alarm activation.
The activation occurred at jewelry retail premise in the Remuera
shopping precint. The offender was disturbed 'in action' and was
observed running towards St Vincent St and entering residential
grounds. A police dog handler unit was not readily available
however police enquiries into the incident are continuing.
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Tripoli Liquor Centre
91 TRIPOLI ROAD, PANMURE
EFTPOS FACILITIES • CREDIT CARDS WELCOME
MON-WED 9.30AM-8.30PM • THURS-SAT 9.00AM-9.00PM
OFFER AVAILABLE WHILE STOCKS LAST
CHRISTMAS SPECIALS @
TRIPOLI LIQUOR CENTRE
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ON THE BEAT
WAI O TAIKI
Stay safe in the crowds
Dreading the Christmas crowds?
Seasonal shopping can test your san-
ity. It can also make you a target for
thieves so make plans and take a few
Go shopping with a friend. Not only
will it help alleviate the stress, you can
watch out for one another. Only carry
identification or valuables that are
essential for the trip and make sure
they are secure.
If carrying a bag make sure it is
closed and held in front of you.
When making a transaction with a
credit card, never let it out of your
sight. Be conscious about who can see
you entering your PIN.
Park in a safe location like a secure
carpark. Make sure the doors and
windows on your vehicle are secure.
Christmas is when we splash out on
family and friends for that special gift.
When your credit card statement
arrives, you don't want to find that a
thief has used your identity to buy
their own special gifts.
By taking some simple steps you can
reduce the chance of becoming a victim
of identity fraud.
Never give out personal information
over the phone. Never write your PIN
number on eftpos or credit cards.
Always report the loss of cards as soon
as you discover it. An email that
sounds too good to be true probably is.
-- Mt Wellington police
Mt Wellington recorded the
highest number of burglaries,
nine, in the east and bays area
from November 11 to 17, when 49
burglaries were reported.
For urgent matters, such as life-
threatening incidents or where an
offender is at the scene of a crime,
phone 111. For past matters, like
arriving home to find your house
has been burgled, contact the cen-
tral police station 302-6400.
Ellerslie (3): Arron St,
Pukerangi Cres, Great South Rd
Glen Innes (3): Greenway
Place, Taniwha St, Castledine
Grafton (2): Auburn St,
Meadowbank (2) Gowing
Drive, Meadowbank Rd
Mission Bay (3): Kepa Rd,
Nihill Cres, Patteson Ave
Mt Wellington (9): Ireland Rd
(3), Marua Rd (2), Waipuna Rd,
Clemow Drive, Mt Wellington
Highway, Cebalo Place
Newmarket (1): Broadway
Orakei (5): Tamaki Drive (2),
Reihana St, Matatua St, Titai St
Panmure (4): Pilkington Rd,
Church Cres, Queens Rd, Dunkirk
RdParnell (4): St Stephens Ave
(2), St Georges Bay Rd (2)
Pt England (3): Pilkington Rd,
Pt England Rd, Holland Ave
Remuera (7): Portland Rd,
Bell Rd, Ohinerau St, Remuera
Rd, Hapua St, Abbotts Way,
Grand View Rd
St Heliers (3): Kohimarama
Rd, St Heliers Bay Rd, Waimarie
StSt Johns (0)
Wai O Taiki Bay (0)
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