One dead and another seriously injured after Ranui shooting
One dead and another seriously injured after Ranui
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 - 1:22pm
Police were called to the scene of an incident at a
residential property in Luana Drive, Ranui.
confirm that one man is dead and another is in hospital with
life-threatening injuries, following a shooting.
Police have located and are speaking to two people who
are believed to be associated with the incident. Enquiries
at ongoing, however at this point in time Police do not
believe there is a risk to public safety.
update will be provided in several hours time accompanied by
comment from a senior Police Investigator.
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