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Palmerston North suspicious fire: Appeal for information

Palmerston North fire news

Manawatu Police have released CCTV images following a fire in Palmerston North last month, and are seeking the public’s assistance.

On Thursday 30 November at about 2:30am, two people arrived at a commercial premises in Matipo Lane in a Toyota Echo with the number plate covered.

The passenger broke the window of the building. The driver lit something on fire and threw it through the broken window then tossed an accelerant on the fire.

The passenger then threw a large glass bottle containing liquid into the building.

The fire burned for approximately two hours before it was found.

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There was extensive damage to the building.

Manawatu Police urge anyone with information to contact Police on 105 referencing number 231130/5707.

Information can also be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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Source:NZ Police

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  1. Under the UN Chapter 7, WE…the People of New Zealand have the right to defend ourselves and our property, and yet, to do so leads to a criminal offence.
    Had these gangland crims known that there was an armed resident and citizen on the other side of the broken glass, this burn-out would not have happened.
    Like in the U.S. (despite the massive problems there…) many armed citizens have prevented crimes like this and were able to defend themselves and others before mass shootings could even start.
    The Zionist-owned & controlled J***** MSM will NEVER report on the advantages of being armed…
    Is there a New Zealand Firearms Lawyer who can write an article for the Daily Telegraph NZ with regards to UN Chapter 7 versus New Zealand Firearms Law?????


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