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A Facebook page aiming to deter vandalism and other crime in the Mid North town - and to gather information to pass on to police - has attracted 2420 members in less than two weeks.
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As well as identifying taggers and thieves, the page has been used to find the owners of stray dogs and get word out about stolen cars and missing people.
Information from the group, Kaikohe Community Watch, has already sparked what police are calling ''three significant enquiries''. The Facebook group was set up on July 3 by businessman Tony Taylor, who is also the driving force behind Kaikohe's community patrol.
He started the page because most people had had a ''total gutsful'' of tagging, vandalism and disrespect.
The Facebook page gave police a good feel of what was happening in town, and what the community thought about it.
''It gives the community some ownership, by putting information they know onto a public forum.