Police confirm discovery of a body in Queen Elizabeth Park
Kapiti-Mana Police confirm discovery of a body in
Queen Elizabeth Park
Wednesday, 2 April 2014 -
Kapiti Police can confirm the
discovery of the body of a 60-year-old man inside Queen
Elizabeth Park in Paraparaumu at around 6.30pm last night.
Initial inquiries do not lead Police to believe the death is
suspicious and the matter has been referred to the
No further details will be released until the
man's family has been
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