Woman jumps from vehicle in Te Puke

Police are appealing for sighting of this red Mazda MPV. Supplied photo.

Police are on the hunt for a vehicle a woman jumped from in Te Puke.

On Thursday April 12 at around 2pm, a woman jumped out of a red Mazda MPV with the registration GWJ482 on Jellicoe Street Te Puke.

Police say this happened by the roundabout at the corner of Oxford Street.

They are seeking sightings of this vehicle in relation to a serious assault.

Police are seeking anyone who observed the woman jumping out of this vehicle or running towards ’The Florist Shop’ on Jellicoe Street, Te Puke.

If anyone has any information they are asked to contact Detective Carolyn Crawford via email: Carolyn.Crawford@police.govt.nz or phone the Tauranga Police station 07 5774300.


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