Case 4: Crime of the Week - Scoundrels & Seadogs Aggravated Robbery, Tuakau

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Case 4: Crime of the Week - Scoundrels & Seadogs Aggravated Robbery, Tuakau

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  • Case 4: Crime of the Week - Scoundrels & Seadogs Aggravated Robbery, Tuakau
  • Case 4: Crime of the Week - Scoundrels & Seadogs Aggravated Robbery, Tuakau
  • Case 4: Crime of the Week - Scoundrels & Seadogs Aggravated Robbery, Tuakau
  • Case 4: Crime of the Week - Scoundrels & Seadogs Aggravated Robbery, Tuakau

Ten 7, Episode

7
20th April 2017

Police in Tuakau are investigating an alleged aggravated robbery at the Scoundrels & Seadogs Bar and Grill in Tuakau on Friday 11th November 2016.

At about 10:50pm, the victims were closing up for the night when two armed males wearing coloured masks entered the bar and demanded money. One of the males allegedly hit the female victim over the head with the butt of a firearm.

Following the robbery, the two males got into a waiting vehicle driven by a third male.

This car, a silver 2004 Nissan Teana saloon registration JPB120, was stolen about 24 hours early from an address in Epsom and was found burnt out following the robbery at the intersection of Whangarata and Bollard Roads in Tuakau.

Police are interested in the whereabouts of this vehicle late on Thursday 10th November and before 10:50pm on 11th November.

The first suspect was described as:

  • Male
  • Tall, possibly 195cm / 6’4”
  • Skinny build
  • He was wearing a green face mask, black hoodie with Los Angeles “Kings” printed on the front and he was carrying a dark coloured pistol.

The second suspect was described as:

  • Male
  • Older than the first suspect, possibly 35-40 years
  • Approx 175cm / 5’8”
  • Medium build
  • He was wearing a red face mask, blue sweater with grey sleeves and hood, one blue and one black glove and he was carrying a long-barreled firearm.

There is no description for the driver of the getaway vehicle.

Police in Counties Manukau would like to hear from anyone who recognises these males or can help in any way with this case.