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Police investigate Rotorua suspicious fire

Shambles Theatre fire news

An investigation is underway after Police and FENZ responded to a suspicious fire involving a car and a building, on Amohau Street at around 5.45am yesterday.

Police would like to hear from anyone who saw a person leaving the area of Rotorua Brass Band and Shambles Theatre (near the Pak ‘n’ Save carpark) on Amohau Street, between 5.30am and 6.00am on Sunday 2 October.

Please contact Police via their 105 phone service or online using ‘Update My Report’, referencing file number 221002/0803

Information can also be provided anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111 or www.crimestoppers-nz.org.

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Source:NZ Police

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  1. This is really devastating news. My daughter played here years ago. Great people.

    What is the world coming to? No doubt related to the undesirables hanging around Fenton St. I was chatting to one guy who works at countdown and he said park as close to countdown as possible and not near the liquor shop because people were having their cars broke into and being approached by people from the emergency housing.

    Look what this Govt has done to our city. New Zealand’s most beautiful city in the early 2000s, now the homelsss capital of NZ.

    Send them back where they came from and let their own cities and towns house them ????


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