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Photo of Hawke’s Bay homicide victim released

"Photo of Hawke’s Bay homicide victim released as Police appeal for public’s help"

Inquiries are continuing into the death of 40-year-old Kelly Alex Donner, who was found dead outside a pub in Flaxmere on Sunday.


Hawke’s Bay Police are appealing to the Flaxmere community for any information, no matter how insignificant you think it may be.


“The investigation team today executed a number of search warrants, items of interest were located, and a number of people have been spoken to,” says Detective Inspector Mike Foster.

Nobody has yet been charged in relation to Mr Donner’s death.


“Someone out there will know who is responsible for the needless and merciless killing of Mr Donner and I am appealing for them to come forward and speak with us,” says Detective Inspector Foster.

“Even if you think your information might not be relevant, we’d welcome your call so we can make an assessment and build up a picture of the victim’s death and establish who was responsible," he says.

People who can help are asked to contact our dedicated inquiry phone line on 06 876 03461.

Alternatively, you can provide details anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

images, online at: http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/photo-hawke%E2%80%99s-bay-homicide-victim-released-police-appeal-public%E2%80%99s-help

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