Police statement following sentencing of Mauha Fawcett
Police statement following sentencing of Mauha
Thursday, 1 May 2014 -
The conviction and sentencing of
Mauha Fawcett is a significant step in the inquiry into the
murder of Ngatai Lynette (Mellory) Manning.
however, no dispute that other people were also involved in
this murder, and Police are continuing to actively pursue
This remains an open and active
investigation. We continue to appeal for information and
assistance from members of the public to help Police
identify other offenders, and bring them to
Police would like to express thanks to all those
witnesses who had the courage to come forward and give
evidence in this trial.
We also again extend our sympathy
to the family and friends of Mallory Manning.
information is asked to contact Christchurch police on (03)
Information can also be provided anonymously to
the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Senior Sergeant Brian
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