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Scoop Images: Murder Victim's Dress And Shoe

The police have released the following picture of the dress and shoes Timaru woman Lisa Blakie was wearing when she was found murdered in the Porter's river last Sunday. Police are still seeking information from the public on sightings of the woman between Wednesday and Sunday last week.

Blakie was last seen alive hitchhiking out of Christchurch on Wednesday last week heading towards the West Coast.

Yesterday the dog Blakie was hitchhiking with, named Kaos, was found in Charleston on the West Coast, 300kms from where her body was found.



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Dress


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Dress


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Shoe


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