Police investigating Grey Lynn deaths
Detective Inspector Aaron Pascoe:
Yesterday afternoon at
approximately 3.15pm, Police were called to an address in
Upon arrival Police staff found two people
deceased at the scene, and are currently working to
establish what has happened.
At this stage Police are not
looking for anyone in relation to their deaths.
property has been cordoned off while a scene examination
We are aware of the speculation at this time as
to the identities of the deceased, however as formal
identification has not yet taken place, we are not in a
position to comment any further on this.
identification procedures, along with post mortems will be
carried out tomorrow and an update provided after
There is no additional information available at this
time and there will be no further update today.
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