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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police are continuing to look for a stolen car in a Whanganui robbery - which left the owner with serious injuries

    Police are continuing to look for a stolen car in a Whanganui robbery - which left the owner with serious injuries


    A white Toyota Corolla station wagon was stolen outside the Trafalgar Square bus stop yesterday morning.

    Police say there's signwriting along each side of the car - but it may have been removed.

    Electrical equipment and tools were also taken in the robbery.

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