Examination of recovered launch Erie under way
Examination of recovered launch Erie under
Wednesday, 19 March 2014 - 2:47pm
The 9 metre
launch Erie has been taken out of the water at Port Taranaki
and is undergoing forensic and mechanical examinations in
search of some clue as to what has happened to William Kerry
Blair. Police are working with maritime experts to provide
information on the condition of the boat
This work is
expected to take a couple of days. and no results from the
examinations are yet
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