Police investigate Motueka shooting
"Police investigate Motueka shooting"
The Armed Offenders
Squad was called to a house in Pah St, Motueka, about 4am
today after it was reported a man had been shot.
cordoned the area and entered the house where the man was
found with a gunshot wound to his stomach.
The man in his
20s has been taken to Nelson Hospital in a serious
Police believe he was shot with a .22 rifle. A
rifle has been recovered.
Two other people at the address
are being interviewed.
A scene guard is in place and an
investigation is under way to establish what has
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