Laptops stolen from National Party headquarters

Paula Bennett.
Paula Bennett.
Three laptops have been stolen from the National Party's headquarters in Auckland in a break-in last night, the party's deputy leader Paula Bennett has revealed.

"We're still working our way through the details of it, but it looks like three laptops were stolen," she confirmed to the Herald this morning.

She said the break-in triggered an alarm.

There are few details know at this point, but Bennett said it looked as though someone had "just grabbed them [the laptops] and run".

"From an initial look, it looks like that's all that was stolen."

The police had been contacted, she said.

"It's very early yet, but they are taking it seriously."


Police don't usually bother showing up for minor burgs these days Paula.

The plot thickens...