No injuries reported in Tauranga shooting

Police have cordoned in Hairini earlier this morning. Images/Video Daniel Hines/SunLive.

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UPDATED 12.40PM: Armed police cordons remain in place on a Tauranga street this afternoon.

Armed police have cordoned off Haukore Street following a shooting in the Hairini area earlier this morning.

A reporter at the scene says a scene examination is taking place.

A police spokesperson says officers responded to a report at 12:24am of a firearms incident in Harini.

"There are no reported injuries.

"A scene guard is in place at the property and police are working to determine the circumstances around the incident."

Anyone with information about the incident can contact Tauranga Police Station on 07 577 4300.

Alternatively, information can be called in anonymously via the Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 line.

Non-emergency information can be phoned into the police's 105 number.


Police are investigating an incident in Tauranga, this morning.

Streets in the Tauranga suburb were cordoned off following reports on suspected gunfire in the area.

A reporter at the scene earlier says they heard the rapid gunfire,bang,bang,bang kind of sounded like fireworks but very different, just as they were about to head to bed.

"The road was blocked and no one was allowed in or out. Police tape across both ends of the road."

SunLive has contacted police for more information and will update this story as soon as we have something more.

Image: Cameron Avery.

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Reality wake up call

Posted on 28-01-2020 14:17 | By Robert McAdam

Well unfortunately this is more ongoing gang drug related violence, happens everyday now and someone will get shot everyday soon in this country. Jacinda’s not to blame her reaction to gun laws was only last year the country is flooded with guns ever since the Vietnam war ended, plus anyone can import them online. Get use to this getting worse. Security fences and gates are the norm now have you got yours yet. The Police have to have guns in the face of this onslaught. Gang members have no moral conscience and don’t care who they kill, maim or terrorise. Two nasty home invasions down here last year both attacked the wrong house. You could be next and may die trying to save yourself and kids.

Well dumpkof2

Posted on 28-01-2020 13:48 | By Mighty mouse

Well if we have to hand in the illegal guns they should to and use something else 2 rongs dont make a right! Just like no frire arms licence they dont have to have them cause they up with goverment so why do we have to have them tell me thay its only the honest ones that have them


Posted on 28-01-2020 11:58 | By dumbkof2

well mighty mouse and honesty i hope the police keep their guns. they need them to protect the good law abiding people. if there were no bad guys then the police wouldn’t need them.


Posted on 28-01-2020 09:19 | By Mighty mouse

Jacindas new laws a joke why have police still got there. I dont care if they are police they should have to hand theres in to whats this country coing to


Posted on 28-01-2020 09:06 | By Honesty is the best Policy

Whats this country coming to never use to be like this. Jacindas new laws a joke police still have there guns that should be handed in


Posted on 28-01-2020 08:05 | By dumbkof2

Jacindas knee jerk law was supposed to stop all these gun incedents would be interesting to know how many guns were handed in by gangs and bad guys. my guess would be zero

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