Name of male found in Wellington Harbour released
Name of male found in Wellington Harbour
Wellington Police can now release the name of
the man found in Wellington Harbour on Monday afternoon. He
was Graham HUTCHEON, 57, from Upper Hutt.
A post mortem
has been completed today and Police are awaiting the final
results. Detective Senior Sergeant Mike Sears says "We are
continuing to work with the Interislander to establish if he
was a passenger on the 8.00pm sailing on Sunday."
have also seized and are searching his vehicle which was
found a short distance from the ferry terminal.
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