Identity of woman found in crashed car is confirmed
Identity of woman found in crashed car is
Thursday, 10 April 2014 - 10:39am
identity of a woman found dead inside a crashed vehicle at
Whakamarama can now be confirmed as 25-year-old Kelly Ann
Miss Sinclair was last seen by a friend in
Katikati late on Sunday night and was planning to head from
there to Tauranga. Early this week she was reported missing
A serious crash investigation is underway to
establish the cause of the crash and when it occurred.
Initial investigations indicate that the vehicle was heading
away from Tauranga back towards Katikati when it has crossed
the centreline and left the road.
Anyone who recalls
seeing Miss Sinclair's blue 1997 Audi A3 between Sunday and
Wednesday or has any other information that might assist the
crash investigation is asked to contact Tauranga Police on
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