Police looking to locate men after Hells Angels and King Cobra gangs brawl at Auckland Hospital

Fekumi e kau polisi ‘Aokalani’ ki he toko tolu ko Anthony Chown,27, Murray Matthews, 28, mo Mua Fa'Anunu, 30. Ko e ni’ihi ‘eni ‘o ha fa’ahinga na’e fuhu tautāmate ka ‘oku ‘i ai ‘enau felāve’i mo e kau kengi Hells Angels pea mo e King Cobra. Ko e fuhu ‘eni ne mapuna hake ‘i tu’a ‘i ha kalapu hula ‘i ‘Aokalani. Ne lavelavea ai ha ni’ihi ‘o iku hake ki fale mahaki ‘Aokalani he Falaite’. Ne toe hoko atu ‘enau fuhu ai pea iku ‘o lavea ai mo ha sekiulitī ne feinga ke puke ‘a e fuhu’ ni.

Police have identified three men allegedly involved in a violent assault at the Auckland City Hospital Accident and Emergency Department on  Friday 27 April 2018, Detective Senior Sergeant Nina Pedersen said.

Police are actively looking to locate 27-year-old Anthony Chown, 28-year-old Murray Matthews and 30-year-old Mua Fa’Anunu who have warrants to arrest for Assaults with Intent to Injure.

These men are linked to the Hell’s Angels gang and are considered dangerous and should not be approached.

If you know where they are or have information on their whereabouts please call Police immediately on 111.

If you have any information that could help our investigation, please contact Auckland City Crime Squad on (09) 302 6557.

Alternatively, information can also be provided anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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