Posts Tagged ‘Burglary’

Two break-ins at Salvation Army food bank Comments 0

Thursday, April 23rd, 2020

The Salvation Army’s Napier food bank had 2 break-ins in two days. “It’s especially disappointing when we’re in the process of helping people at this difficult time. The food that was taken would have helped quite a number of Napier families and individuals,” he said. Read more Related Posts:Salvation Army highlighting Christmas housing crisis$850,000 donated Read more

Kindly Blenheim pastor gives burglar a lift home with the loot Comments 0

Monday, May 6th, 2019

A burglar who stole dozens of tablets from a Marlborough primary school used a kind-hearted pastor as his getaway driver. Jesse Aaron Harper, 34, had been at a church service before wandering through the adjoining Richmond View School grounds on the evening of March 10. Read more Related Posts:Man who stole from church leave “sorry” Read more

Jesus Christ steals from neighbours Comments 0

Friday, November 25th, 2016

A man named Jesus Christ has been sentenced to home detention after a burglary spree. Emmanuel Jesus Christ Prasad, 27, broke into 13 of his neighbours’ Massey homes and took food and things he could sell to pawn shops. He was yesterday sentenced to 10 months’ home detention at the Waitakere District Court for the Read more

Robbing the church at the site of Christ’s Transfiguration disgusts Comments 0

Friday, October 28th, 2016

Robbing the church at the site of Christ’s Transfiguration has drawn disgusted comments. Leading Holy Land Christians called the burglary at the site “a heinous crime and an act that violates the sanctity of the Holy Sites”. They have asked the police to conduct an investigation. They hope the police will “seriously look into the matter Read more

Teen burglars ‘only had to ask’ – Sallies Comments 1

Tuesday, September 13th, 2016

Two teenage burglars have robbed a Salvation Army food bank in Christchurch should have visited in work hours if they were hungry, a spokesperson says. The break-in happened on Southampton Street in Sydenham shortly before 6am on Friday. Continue reading Related Posts:Sallies helping people pay for rental bondsHomeless – Salvation Army say PM got it Read more

Apology sees charges of burgling Chch cathedral dropped Comments 0

Friday, April 24th, 2015

Two men charged with burgling the quake-damaged Christ Church Cathedral last month have avoided prosecution. Philip Pavich, 55, and Gilbert Southworth, 46, apologised for their actions and gave money to the Anglican diocese. On March 21, motion-activated cameras detected their entry into  the building. Police arrested the pair after they were caught leaving the cathedral Read more