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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A Christchurch barbershop has been set ablaze - for the second time in two weeks

    A Christchurch barbershop has been set ablaze - for the second time in two weeks


    Emergency services were called to the Bristol Barbers on Wainoni Road around 10 last night after a car was driven into the shop - causing it to catch fire.

    Police say a scene guard is in place - and they'll be back at the scene this morning to investigate.

    Just 10 days ago - the same barbershop had its windows smashed and was set on fire.

    The same night - King of Ink Tattoos on Linwood Ave also had a car driven into it.

    Police say they're in the early stages of their enquiries regarding both incidents - so they're not able to say if there's a link yet.

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