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Human Interest - Local
Written by Saskia Konynenburg, The Northern Advocate   
Thursday, 06 September 2007

Police interview a witness to an alleged burglary near Ngunguru. Picture/John Stone

Guns were among loot four young people had when caught by police after a stolen car got stuck in a muddy paddock yesterday.

Police had been searching for the Nissan car - allegedly stolen from Whangarei - which had been spotted being driven erratically around the city yesterday.

Early yesterday afternoon police received a call that a suspicious car had been seen in Waipoka Rd, off Ngunguru Rd, about 20km north-east of Whangarei. At around 2.30pm police arrested three males and a female, all aged under 18, after the car they were in got stuck in mud.

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