Suspected burglar on the run

Manu Cashmore is wanted by police.

Police are reaching out to the public to help them locate a man suspected in a number of rural burglaries in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato.

Manu Cashmore, 42, has warrants for his arrest for  breaching his court release conditions.

Cashmore has contacts in Edgecumbe, Kawerau and Hamilton.

Senior Sergeant Yvonne Parker says he is also a suspect in a number of rural burglaries in the Bay of Plenty and Waikato.

"Police are urging anyone who may know of his whereabouts to call their nearest Police station.

"He should not be approached."

He is described as being of medium build and has a tattoo of a bulldog head on his right shoulder and a skull on his left forearm.

"Police also wish to remind people to report suspicious activity around their rural properties as soon as possible and, if they can safely,  record any vehicle registrations or descriptions of persons or vehicles to their nearest Police station or in an emergency dial 111."

Anonymous information about Cashmore can also be provided to Crimestoppers on 0800555111.



2 Comments

poor description

Posted on 19-03-2017 08:30 | By Captain Sensible

When the offender is caucasian there is a description saying as such, but when the offender is not caucasian the police description......

Not allowed

Posted on 18-03-2017 23:06 | By Captain Sensible

""He is described as being of medium build and has a tattoo of a bulldog head on his right shoulder and a skull on his left forearm."" Not allowed to state the obvious now???

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