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Selwyn Times: February 14, 2017

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6 Tuesday February 14 2017 $ SELWYN TIMES 299 Qualcut 4 in 1 Petrol Line Trimmer Line trimmer, brush cutter, pruning saw and long reach hedge trimmer. 2 stroke engine, 33cc. 223268 94 c Irrigation $ 6 99 $ 9 89 Potted Colour Tubing Choose from EACH EACH 15m x 13mm a selection 926049 F-921080 of seasonal varieties. Number 8 Swan 2 Hour Plants Water Timer 238283 Plant now and feed the Monarch butterflies. Great for kids to watch. 148933 $ 69 600mm Storage Cupboard H: 1800mm, W: 600mm, D: 412mm. Gloss white. 2 door melamine cupboard, 3 shelves, 1 fixed. Ready to assemble. Made in New Zealand. 213330 Wattyl Fence Finish 10L Rich colour for timber fences. Various colours available. 357217 $ 44 80 $ 3 37 Muscle Rack $ 115 Werner 6 Step Dual Purpose Ladder 1.8-3.2m. Meets New Zealand industrial 120kg standards. 244619 $ 99 Shelving Unit H: 1830mm, W: 910mm, D: 460mm. 5 shelves. Ready to assemble. 350kg per shelf capacity. 174168 Jobmate Petrol Chainsaw 37cc 2-stroke air-cooled $ 179 engine. Built in chain brake and anti-vibration system 405mm (16 inch) oregon bar and chain. 249089 Morrison Vinaro 200ST Petrol Lawnmower Briggs &Stratton 300 series engine. 420mm steel chassis. Fabric catcher. 2 year warranty. 290293 $ 295 MTD Ride On Lawnmower $ 2999 420cc OHV engine. 38” (970mm) cutting deck. 6 speed. 2 year warranty. 182335 $ 169 Number 8 Garden Sheds H: 1830mm, W: 1530mm, D: 1080mm. Non-rusting Aluzinc material. Sloping roof. Tools and assembly required. 294939 Brought to you by: A RUN TO REMEMBER Proudly supporting: www.runtoremember.co.nz 9am Sunday 19 February 2017 Victoria Park REGISTER NOW New Zealand Red Cross will benefit from the funds raised by this event Available from Thursday 16th February to Wednesday 22nd February 2017. While stocks last. Mitre10 MEGA Hornby Ph: 03 349 8497 *If you find a lower price on an identical stocked product locally we will beat it by 15% Mitre10 MEGA Papanui Ph: 03 359 5443 *If you find the same product cheaper from another Mitre 10 store or Mitre 10 website we’ll match that price. Excludes trade and special quotes, stock liquidations and commercial quantities. The in-store price may be lower than that advertised.

SELWYN TIMES Tuesday February 14 2017 7 News Burglary suspects in high-vis nabbed • By Tom Doudney A MAN and woman alleged to have burgled a Prebbleton house wearing high visibility vests were caught after the woman was spotted outside a nearby shop the next day. And police believe the pair may been planning to target a string of other properties in the area. Prebbleton resident Anthony Dylan Miller 32, and North New Brighton resident Erin Jane McMurdo, 27, were arrested on Friday after McMurdo was spotted outside a dairy in Prebbleton just down the road from the Kintyre Pl property they allegedly burgled the previous day. A neighbour to the owners of the property which was burgled had seen them leaving the property and recognised McMurdo when she saw her outside the dairy the next day. She immediately called police who arrived to find McMurdo in a red Honda which had been stolen from North New Brighton on January 2. She was found to have items taken from the Kintyre Pl property in her possession. Police located Miller later in the day. The pair are alleged to have stolen ammunition, camping and fishing equipment, electronic devices and jewellery from the Prebbleton property. McMurdo has been charged with burglary, theft of a car and driving while forbidden, while Miller has been charged with burglary. Both will appear in court in April. Sergeant Grant Stewart said the pair had a list of other properties in the Prebbleton area which police believed could relate to plans for further burglaries. Police were also investigating whether they were linked to another recent burglary in the area. “We got them at a good time,” he said. Sergeant Stewart said residents shouldn’t assume anyone wearing a high visibility vest was legitimate, especially in an unofficial vehicle. “If you are suspicious of activity in the area, phone police immediately,” he said. “Police urge homeowners to ensure their houses are locked and secure and keep an eye on neighbouring properties.” Summer in Selwyn goes down a treat BIG SCREEN: More than 100 people parked up for the free drive-in movie screening of Flubber in Darfield on Friday. In another of the district council’s Summer in Selwyn events, about 150 people attended Picnic in the Park held at the Lincoln Domain on Thursday. On a sunny evening, people enjoyed a range of entertainment, including live music, bouncy castle, face-painting, Pedalmania, Adam Allsorts and a free sausage sizzle. For more upcoming Summer in Selwyn events, including outdoor movies at Rolleston, Lincoln and Leeston, see the ‘Summer in Selwyn’ Facebook page or the weekly events page in the Selwyn Times. meriNO WOOL sALe Were from $35 per kilo to $150 per kilo NOW ALL $20 per kilo ALL must gO!! Merino fibres and fabric allow heat to be kept close to the body when it is cold, but moved away from the body when it is hot. Merino retains heat within the fibre thus keeping you warm even when you have stopped activity. The amazing fact about Merino is that even if you get wet, you won’t be cold, as through the molecular process called “heat sorption” Merino fibres release heat to warm the surrounding moisture and keep you warm. Shands Rd Carmen Rd Russley PFAFF SEWING CENTRE 9 Witham St, Hornby 9 Springs Rd Phone 349 7867 Prebbleton - Lincoln Riccarton - City A my es Rd Main South Rd PoP UP Shoe Sale 3 DaYS oNlY! Friday 17 th February 10am-6pm Saturday 18 th February 10am-4pm Sunday 19 th February 10am-1pm Prebbleton Community Cottage Corner Blakes & Springs Road Prebbleton Great Shoes at Great Prices info@steppingout.co.nz • www.steppingout.co.nz