Teenager allegedly found by police at Christopher Luxon's Waiheke Island holiday home in early hours of New Year's Day

Onetangi Beach
Onetangi Beach Photo credit: Getty Images

A teenager has been referred to Youth Aid Services after allegedly being found at Prime Minister Christopher Luxon's multi-million-dollar Waiheke Island property during the early hours of New Year's Day.   

A police spokesperson told Newshub a teenage male was found by police at an Onetangi property, understood to be the Prime Minister's holiday home, after midnight on Monday, January 1. 

He was arrested "following an incident" at the property and for unlawfully being at the address, they added. The teen has since been referred to Youth Aid Services. 

The spokesperson said police provided the teenager with first aid for a "minor hand injury" before he was assessed by Hato Hone St John.  They confirmed the teen did not need to go to hospital.  

Property records show the Prime Minister and his wife Amanda own the multi-million-dollar holiday home, situated across the road from Onetangi Beach on the north side of Waiheke Island.  

Homes.co.nz currently values the house at $6.59 million.

A spokesperson for Government duty minister Shane Jones told The Post they had been advised it was a police matter and declined to comment.

Newshub has contacted the Prime Minister's Office for more information.