Body On Waihi Beach Not Linked To Harbour Search
Title: Body On Waihi Beach Not Linked To Harbour
Search, Death Not Believed Suspicious
Waikato Police say the body of a person found at
Waihi Beach this afternoon is not that of a man who is the
subject of an extensive air, land and sea search in the
inner Tauranga Harbour following an overnight capsizing.
Emergency services were called to Anzac Bay, Waihi Beach,
shortly after 2pm after reports of a woman's body being
found on the beach by a member of the public.
staff attended the scene but the woman, believed to be aged
about 77-years-old, was unable to be resolved.
currently not treating the death as suspicious and the
matter has been reported to the Coroner.
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