& # 39; Get the f *** from my country & # 39 ;: family terrorized while horrific tone is left on the door of their house, their car is destroyed and a dead mouse is dropped in their letterbox
- A family of four moved from South Korea to New Zealand a year ago
- In the past five weeks they have been threatened on countless occasions
- A terrible example was a letter that threatened to wipe out & # 39; & # 39;
A family was left terrified after they found a note in their letterbox that threatened to exterminate them unless they left the country.
The West Auckland family has been harassed since May 26 when they found two of their cut tires cars, according to the New Zealand Herald.
The 35-year-old mother reported the police and installed CCTV cameras in case the culprits returned.
The West Auckland family has been troubled since May 26 when they found two of their cut tires cars
On June 4, the family car parked on the street was painted red.
A week later she saw someone who she thought was a teenager and threw a dead mouse in their letterbox.
She tried to chase the person, but they ran away.
On June 16, the family came home to find a dead pigeon in their letterbox.
TIME LINE OF TERROR
May 26 – Two cars have cut their tires
June 4 – White car painted
11 June – Dead mouse in letterbox
June 16 – Menacing letter and dead pigeons in letterbox
A threatening letter was also in the letter box with the text: & # 39; Take my mother out of my mother before I exterminate you, your cat eats a son of a girl. & # 39;
The family of the four – a wife, her husband and their two children in kindergarten – called the police again and are terrified.
They moved from South Korea to New Zealand a year ago, partly due to low crime rates.
On June 4, the family car parked on the street was painted red
& # 39; I feel completely different during my stay in Auckland. Especially after I have experienced all these incidents, I feel even worse, & the mother told the publication.
& # 39; I feel so worried and threatened … if it was just a joke once or twice, I could go on.
& # 39; I am concerned about the safety of my family. I'm a mother. What else can be the most important thing in my life than my children? & # 39;
On June 16, the family came home to find a dead pigeon in their letterbox and a threatening letter. Pictured: cut tires
She said that her neighbors, boss, and colleagues have been very helpful in the difficult times – with some family monitoring daily or feeling like it was an attack on them.
Police Area Commander for Waitakere Inspector Stefan Sagar said the police want to talk to anyone with information.
Information can be reported anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
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