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  •   Home > News > Living & Travel

    A woman's no closer to knowing who may have taken a pricey statue from her Auckland property - even after she spotted a drone buzzing around the day before

    A woman's no closer to knowing who may have taken a pricey statue from her Auckland property - even after she spotted a drone buzzing around the day before


    Te Atatu Peninsula resident Tina Hart says her four and a half thousand dollar sculpture was nicked sometime on Tuesday night - the same day her house appeared to be scouted out by the flying machine.

    Hart says it was a faceless invasion of her privacy, and the police didn't know how to help her.

    She says the person flying it could have been a kilometre away.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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