WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 2019 Connecting Your Community www.star.kiwi TASTE OF SUMMER KIWI ANGUS Fire chief with a love of classic cars Pages 12 & 13 Page 22 Meeting goals through scholarship Rolleston State Highway 1, Rolleston (03) 347 1620 Open 24 hours Locally owned and operated Available after 10:30am for a limited time. ROLLESTON TOILET TAGGING Police want to identify these people • By Emily O’Connell POLICE ARE appealing to the public to help identify three people after toilets were tagged in two Rolleston parks. Graffiti was drawn on toilets in Brookside Park between 5.32- 5.36pm on January 3 and on toilets at Rolleston Reserve between 12.03- 12.19am on January 5. Sergeant Alex Pickover appealed for the public to help identify those in the photos (right). Hundreds of dollars were spent on removing the graffiti. The Rolleston Reserve Management Committee is responsible for both parks and its chairman Jens Christensen said it was disappointed with the tagging incidents. “The committee has a policy of zero tolerance of crime including vandalism and all offending is reported to the police,” Mr Christensen said. He said along with the committee spending hundreds of dollars on the materials to remove the tags, caretakers have spent “quite a bit of time” removing the graffiti and searching recorded footage for suspects. Mr Christensen said there are 22 cameras in Rolleston Reserve and several in Brookside Park. •Turn to page 5 SOUGHT: If you know who these people are, or recognise the tags, phone Rolleston police on 363 7400.