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Unexplained death Aro Valley - update

Unexplained death Aro Valley - update

Please attribute to: Detective Senior Sergeant Warwick McKee from the Wellington Area CIB

Wellington Police continue to investigate the unexplained death of 21-year-old Zenith Campbell, who preferred to be known as Zena.

She was located in a vehicle in Epuni Street at around midday on Sunday 11 February 2018.

"A post mortem has been completed and a scene examination continues in Devon Street, Wellington.

A large team of Police investigators are speaking to a number of persons from a party that the deceased attended in Devon Street before walking to a parked vehicle where she was found, in Epuni Street.

A number of Police staff will be completing an area canvas with residents in the Aro Valley Area over the next few days.

Police would like to hear from any witnesses who saw or heard any activity around Epuni Street and Devon Street between 3am and midday on Sunday 11 February 2018.

Police would also like to hear from anyone who attended the party prior to the deceased leaving the address at around 3am.”

Any witnesses should contact the Wellington Police on 04 381 2000 or phone Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

ENDS

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