Wanted for stealing charity box: Do you know this woman?

Counties Manukau Police released a photo this morning of a woman they wanted to speak with after a charity box from KFC in Papakura was stolen  earlier this month.

Do you know the woman in the photo?

“We want to speak with her regarding a charity box for Surf Life Saving NZ that was stolen from KFC in Papakura on Saturday 9 January at about 1:20pm”, a Police statement said.

“If you have any idea who this may be then please contact Sergeant Kylie Newton at the Counties Manukau Police Station on 09 261 1300 or you can call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Thanks!”

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