Mystery still surrounds who broke into a South Auckland construction site and tore down a brand new $675,000 home with a digger, NZ Herald reports. Five months after workers arrived at the Flat Bush construction site to find vandals had sent a 20-tonne digger’s bucket smashing into the home’s roof and walls, police say they have run out of leads. The vandals also used a second, smaller digger to damage concrete foundations laid for a complex of 80 apartments also being built on the DDL Homes site. DDL Homes owner Baljit Dheil earlier told the Herald her team had been shocked by the vandalism.
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