4 youths have been arrested for allegedly ramraiding a liquor keep in Auckland right away, although a further group tried to ramraid Onehunga Shopping mall.

A police spokesperson claimed shortly ahead of midnight on Saturday 4 youths ramraided Greenhithe Liquor Retail outlet in Greenhithe.

The spokesperson said the alleged offenders experienced taken alcohol and cigarettes from the retailer right before fleeing in two cars and trucks.

Greenhithe Liquor Store had alcohol and cigarettes taken from it overnight.

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Greenhithe Liquor Retail store experienced alcoholic beverages and cigarettes taken from it right away.

“After they deserted a single of the motor vehicles, the second [vehicle] was properly spiked on Don Buck Rd in Massey,” the spokesperson explained.

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4 younger people were then taken into law enforcement custody with out incident.

Part of the glass front of the liquor store had been smashed.

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Portion of the glass front of the liquor shop experienced been smashed.

A few of hours later, just before 2am, law enforcement ended up named to another ramraid at Auckland’s Onehunga Mall.

“A automobile was made use of to gain entry to the mall,” the spokesperson reported, “and a team of offenders then left in a 2nd automobile.”

Nothing at all had been documented lacking from the shopping mall having said that, the spokesperson mentioned.

Jewllers on Queen in Onehunga was broken into overnight but nothing was taken.

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Jewllers on Queen in Onehunga was damaged into overnight but almost nothing was taken.

Law enforcement and the Eagle helicopter had been sent to the scene straight away, but had been unable to discover the second motor vehicle.

Law enforcement would continue to glimpse into the incident, the spokesperson said.