A message from the Raglan Police

In the last two weeks Raglan Police have reported four family harm incidents and nine dishonesty related offences. 

On March 25, at about 11:30 pm, a serious crash occurred on Bow St in Raglan where four people were injured. The driver has been charged and will appear in court soon facing a raft of charges. 

On April 4 and 5, young offenders have come into Raglan in the early hours of the morning and they have caused havoc, breaking into the Four Square, stealing a car, and breaking into at least three other cars. This is still under investigation and Police are hopeful to resolve this case. To assist us and to prevent further victims – if you hear a car alarm go off, or see or hear something suspicious, please ring Police on 111 immediately. 

Finally, just a reminder that we live in an awesome community here in Raglan. Recently, the Raglan Top Garage helped a victim of family violence, offering support for victims during a time of need is invaluable. We are constantly having property handed in to us and are able to return to the rightful owners. This honesty is amazing to see and of note, a significant sum of money was handed into the Police station. You know who you are, awesome stuff! 

Have a great week and remember to look out for one another!

Senior Constable, Andrew Murphy and the Raglan Team