Police seek information

A series of incidents in Dunedin during the weekend has left police seeking witnesses.

• Senior Sergeant Bruce Ross asked anyone with information regarding the following three events to contact police. -Three Toyota vehicles, parked in the Wilson Parking car park at the corner of St Andrew and Castle Sts, were damaged.

Two doors were kicked in and two windows broken on one vehicle, the driver's door on another was marked with graffiti and the rear wiper blade was ripped off the third.

• A plaque, made of thickened glass, on the old National Bank building in Princes St was smashed.

• Auto Dismantlers, in Carroll St, was broken into and the registration and licence plate RK3477 were stolen from a Toyota Corona.


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