2016年03月29日

こんな数じゃないよね?

新聞沙汰にならないケースが、もっとあるよなぁ。
ますます、先週の記事に悪意を感じるわ。
こういう加害者が新聞読んだとは思えないけどね。(苦笑)

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Violent attacks on Asian students causing concern
10:23 PM Tuesday Mar 29, 2016

The young woman was pushed to the ground during the incident and the offenders were caught after being scared off by a passer-by. They are being dealt with by Youth Aid.

Four attacks on Asian students in the last week is causing concern in Auckland.

The spate of aggravated robberies have targeted international students -- using extensive violence to take handbags, phones, laptops, bank cards and shoes.

Arrests have been made in two of the cases, but police are appealing for help to hunt for the offenders in the other two.

The most recent attack happened last night when four young teens aged between 12- and 14-years-old were arrested after trying to steal a handbag from a young woman who was walking along Khyber Pass near the corner of Broadway in Newmarket.



In very similar circumstances, four young teens aged 14 and 15-years-old were arrested after attacking two Japanese women on Queen St about midnight on Wednesday.

They were due to appear in Youth Court this week.

In the other incident, a male Chinese Unitec student was attacked in Oakley Creek on Thursday morning. Two men attacked him as he walked through a walkway -- punching him to the ground before kicking him and stomping on his head.


On Tuesday night, two Chinese University of Auckland students were viciously attacked and had a handbag, iPhone, bank cards and shoes stolen as they walked through Albert Park about 8.30pm.

Officer in charge of Maori, Pacific and ethnic services for Auckland City District, Inspector Joe Tipene, said the attacks were being taken very seriously.

"We would like to reassure the student community that there is no evidence to suggest that any of the recent incidents were linked or that there had been any specific increase in such incidents."

Regular meetings were held with the international student community.

"Auckland is an incredibly safe city and a great place to live, work and study, however, like all international cities, there are opportunist offenders who will take advantage of people who sometimes inadvertently put themselves in a vulnerable positions."

• Police have obtained CCTV footage of the alleged offenders in the Thursday morning attack, and have and would like to hear from anyone who may recognise the people pictured in the above images on (09) 302 6400 or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111


Safety tips


• Walk in well-lit streets at night and, where possible, stay with other people.

• Don't have your personal items on display, this includes smart phones and other communication devices.

• Be aware of your surroundings at all times and avoid any area which you feel might not be safe.

• Call 111 if you feel threatened or concerned for your safety.
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