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Police Investigate Unexplained Death In Helensville

Police Investigate Unexplained Death In Helensville

The deceased body of a 32 year old male has this afternoon been removed from a Helensville address to Auckland Mortuary where an autopsy to determine the cause of death is scheduled tomorrow.

Rodney CIB went to the address on SH16 in Helensville at about 4.40pm Friday 29 July 2011 after relatives discovered the body of the man at the property.

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding the unexplained death of the deceased. The proposed autopsy will assist police to determine the cause of death.

A thorough scene examination by ESR staff and other forensic experts has been in progress at the address throughout today. It will be several days before the scene examination is completed. A cordon at the property will remain in place.

CIB staff and other officers are making background enquiries with known associates and friends of the deceased male.

No name will be released until all relatives are notified.

Police will make no further comment until tomorrow afternoon.


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