Great South Road Death And Serious Assault
Title: Great South Road Death And Serious Assault
At approximately 11:30am this morning
Counties Manukau Police attended a serious assault at a home
on Great South Road, Manurewa. When arriving at the scene
Police found a woman who had been seriously injured. The
woman is now at Middlemore Hospital in a critical condition.
Detective Inspector Jim Gallagher said “A short
distance from the scene, near railway lines a male was
found. He is believed to have been involved in the incident.
The male was dead on Police arrival and both Police and
ambulance staff attempted to revive the male without
“Police are not at this time looking for
anybody else in relation to the incident.”
anyone who may have seen a male Indian in his thirties
walking along Great South Road, with a bag in his possession
to call Police immediately on 09 261 1300 or call
Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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