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Suspicious death overnight in Three Kings, Auckland

"Suspicious death overnight in Three Kings, Auckland City"

Please attribute to Detective Inspector Aaron Pascoe:

Auckland City Police are investigating the death of a 25-year-old man that occurred in the suburb of Three Kings, Auckland, early this morning.

Police were called around 3am following reports of a loud party at an address on Haughey Road

Upon Police arrival, a man was been located on the driveway in a critical condition.

Police and ambulance staff attempted to resuscitate the man, however he died at the scene.

Police are in the early stages of their investigation however the death is being treated as suspicious and a scene guard has been in place overnight.

A scene examination will continue this morning and Police are speaking to witnesses, as well as notifying the man’s family.

A number of people are still to be spoken to and we urge anyone who was present last night to come forward.

If anyone has heard or seen anything, no matter how small, they are asked to call Auckland Police Crime Coordinator on 09 3026 557.

Alternatively information can be provided anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

Unless there are significant developments, there is not expected to be an update today.

ENDS

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