Bulls death not suspicious
Bulls death not
Tuesday, 13 May 2014 -
A post mortem has been carried out this
morning on a woman found dead at a residential property in
The woman has been identified as Michele
Mary Curry, aged 50 of Palmerston North.
Sergeant Craig Sheridan says: “As a result of the scene
examination and the post mortem we have established that the
woman’s death is not suspicious.”
“We will continue
to gather information from the scene and work closely with
her family to present our findings to the Coroner.”
scene examination is expected to conclude this
As the matter has been referred to the Coroner
Police has no further comment to
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