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Scoop Full Coverage: Operation Red Rocks

Scoop Full Coverage: Operation Red Rocks

Crime: Red Rocks Homicide Work Only Just Begun - Police - It could be several weeks before investigators complete detailed scene examinations in the Operation Red Rocks homicide inquiry. Detective Inspector Mike Arnerich, investigation head, said last night's arrest of a man for the murder of 62-year-old Karori man Tony Stanlake is only the beginning of an ever-widening inquiry. See...Lengthy Forensic Scene Examinations Likely

  • Police -Security Footage Helps Pinpoint Victim's Movements
  • Man Arrested In Operation Red Rocks Homicide - Wellington Police have tonight arrested a 21-year-old man and charged him with the murder of Tony Stanlake whose mutilated body was found at Owhiro Bay beach four days ago. The man arrested will appear in the Wellington District Court tomorrow morning. See... Man Arrested In Operation Red Rocks Homicide

  • Police - Wellington Homicide Victim Identified
  • Fire Service - Fire Service can add little to Stanlake mystery
  • Scoop Audio: Police Ponder How To Identify Murdered Man - "Somewhere in this city is a murder scene that will be filled with blood," was the hypothesis Detective Inspector Harry Quinn, Wellington Crime Services Manager put to media at a press conference today in relation to what Inspector Quinn called a "brutal and bizarre homicide." The as yet unidentified man found at Owhiro Bay on Wellington's south coast yesterday was subjected to a severe beating about the head, had his neck partially severed and his hands cut off. See... Police Ponder How To Identify Murdered Man

  • Police - Murder Victim Bashed And Mutilated
  • Police - Operation Red Rocks Homicide Team Seeks More Info
  • Police - 0508 Number For Wellington Homicide
  • Police - Wellington Homicide Detectives Seek Car Owner
  • Mutilated Body Found On Wellington's South Coast - Police have launched a homicide inquiry after a man's mutilated body was found floating on the shoreline near the Owhiro Bay Quarry carpark on Wellington's south coast this morning. The victim was partially clad and his hands were severed at the wrist. Detective Inspector Harry Quinn, Wellington District crime manager, said the man, a European believed to be aged over 60 years, had suffered horrific injuries to his neck and his arms. Police believe an attempt had been made to sever the man's head. See... Mutilated Body Found On Wellington's South Coast


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