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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    A group of Auckland youths are in hot water after ram-raiding an empty dairy early this morning

    A group of Auckland youths are in hot water after ram-raiding an empty dairy early this morning


    The offenders crashed a car into Eden Park Superette on Sandringham Road at around 3am, before fleeing in a second vehicle.

    Police saw that car racing down Dominion Road and came across it a short time later crashed into a barrier near George Street.

    Officers caught a pair of young people at the scene - and the other four were apprehended a few minutes later.

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