Thieves caught on camera; Tongan business in south Auckland robbed for second time

    Police were on the lookout for two men and a woman in connection with robbery at the Go Pacific cargo and freight services in South Auckland on Sunday 12.

    The director of the company Sam Fainga’a Paea said six truck batteries he purchased for $250 each had all gone.

    He has been left devastated after his warehouse at 20 Weka Street in Otahuhu was robbed for the second time in three months.

    He claimed the thieves also stole batteries from his neighbours’ vehicles.

    The incident came  after one of his vans was stolen in December. Police were still investigating that case, he said.

    Paea could not confirm whether these suspects caught on camera had any connection with the December robbery.

    The video showed a dark green Subaru Legacy Brighton station wagon with registration plate number BLA575  was parking up at the driveway in front of the business while the two men were outside.

    The woman also got out and tried to pull a sub woof speaker with the help of one of the men but they later abandoned it.

    Paea said the speaker was left outside because it was damaged.

    After a while the car pulled up into the warehouse and on its way back it stopped before the thieves got out again by the gate before they left.

    Now Paea was hoping the clear pictures will help Police catch the thieves.


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