Saturday, September 23, 2023

Tasman Police Appeal for Information


Appeal for Information Regarding Nelson Crash

Attributed to Senior Constable Matthew Harris

Nelson, New Zealand – Authorities are calling upon the public for assistance in the aftermath of a collision that occurred in Nelson on September 12. The Tasman Police are actively seeking information related to the incident, and Senior Constable Matthew Harris has issued a plea for cooperation.

On the evening of September 12, at approximately 5:25 pm, police received notification of a collision that transpired on the footpath of Main Road Stoke in Nelson. The incident involved a cyclist and a pedestrian, both of whom have been identified.

However, the police are keen to speak with two individuals who provided assistance immediately following the collision. These witnesses played a vital role in aiding the affected parties, and their input is crucial to the ongoing investigation.

If you were one of the individuals who rendered assistance in the aftermath of this incident, please do not hesitate to contact the Tasman Police. You can reach out to the authorities on 105 and referencing file number 230912/4937.

Cooperation from the public in providing information about this incident is greatly appreciated by law enforcement as they work to piece together the details of the crash and ensure a comprehensive investigation. The Tasman Police urge anyone with pertinent information to come forward promptly, assisting in the pursuit of justice and resolution for all involved parties.

Tasman Police.

Pigeon Post News.

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