Police have recovered hundreds of thousands of dollars of stolen items including power tools and go-karts after searching a home in West Auckland.
They are looking for owners of some of the items, stolen in burglaries across the Waitakere, Rodney and North Shore.
The property is estimated to be worth between $100,000 and $200,000 and was found at a West Auckland address on September 1.
Police are looking for the owners of the following items:
• 2 Go-karts
• 1 Karcher performance series electric water blaster 2500 psi
• 1 large diesel-powered Karcher professional water blaster
• 1 gas-powered welder, including brown gas bottle on blue trolley
• 1 Ryobi leaf blower
• 1 Oxygen welding and cutting outfit in black plastic case
• 1 Blackridge BRC120 compressor
• 1 Orange and black Blackridge compressor
• 1 Paslode nail gun
• 1 DeWalt 18v nail gun
• 1 Bosch GST 85 PBE electric reciprocating saw with Planet 42 etched on the handle and side
• 1 Orange and black bag containing Banco and DeWalt power tools
• 1 Stihl T5420 concrete cutter
• 1 Paslode nail gun in orange case
• 1 Ramset Impact drill in orange case
• 1 Smootharc compressor
• 1 DeWalt power tool and batteries in black case
• 1 large blue SP tool chest with magnetic tray on castor wheels
Anyone who believes they own the items can contact Senior Constable Michael Fillery with proof of ownership and contact details on Michael.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any anyone with information about the burglaries and stolen property is asked to contact Waitemata Police on (09) 488 6200 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.