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UPDATE: Homicide investigation - Flaxmere

"UPDATE: Homicide investigation - Flaxmere"

Police have completed the scene examination at Flaxmere where a man was found late on Sunday 4 March near the Flax Bar and Eatery.

A post mortem has been completed and Police can now confirm that the deceased was 40-year-old Kelly Alex Donner from Opotiki.

Items of interest located will now be forensically examined to establish their relevance to the investigation.

The investigation team would like to thank members of the public that have come forward with information, however Police still encourage anyone that may have knowledge of the incident to contact the Hawke’s Bay Police on 06 873 0500 or Crimestopppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Our condolences go out to the friends and family of Mr Donner at this stressful and tragic time. Media is asked to respect the privacy of Mr Donner's family at this time.

They do not wish to be contacted.


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