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Source: New Zealand Police (District News)

Police investigating a burglary from a commercial premises in Hamilton are seeking help from the public.

Two males broke into Active Electrical Supplier on King Street, Frankton around 8:15pm last night.

Upon triggering the alarm, they stole a sign-written silver Nissan Navara ute, registration HNB24, and rammed a roller door to get away.

Nothing else was stolen.

The ute is distinctive and Police are seeking any sightings of it (pictured, on the right) to assist in our investigation. It sustained damage to the rear canopy window and right hand side.

“The business has been operating during Alert Level 4 as an essential service providing electrical equipment” says Acting Detective Sergeant Matthew Lee.

“The loss of this vehicle will affect them significantly and the damage to their building hinders the efficiency of their operation.”

Police believe a vehicle also involved in the burglary is a white Honda Odyssey, seen shortly afterwards driving in tandem with the stolen Nissan.

We would like to speak to anyone who has information about these two vehicles.

Also attached is CCTV images of two people Police would like to speak with in relation to the burglary.

If you can help, please get in touch with Hamilton Police on 105 and quote file number 210831/3345.

ENDS

Issued by the Police Media Centre

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