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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Two young people have been arrested after one of at least two separate ram raids in Auckland overnight

    Two young people have been arrested after one of at least two separate ram raids in Auckland overnight


    Police were called just before midnight to the Greenhithe Liquor Centre on the North Shore, where a car was used to ramraid the shop.

    A police chase - understood to be connected to the incident - ended with two youths being arrested in Massey.

    And at around 2am a jewellery store in Onehunga was also targeted.

    The entrance was smashed open, with a damaged vehicle left in the middle of the road.

    Police are also investigating reports of gunfire in the south Auckland suburb of Red Hill, about 7.45 last night.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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