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Tauranga Homicide: Witnesses to Argument Sought


Tauranga Police investigating the death of Natasha Hayden seek witnesses to argument


Tauranga Police investigating the death of Natasha Hayden at McLaren Falls Park on Monday 10 January 2005, are appealing for witnesses to a domestic- type incident the day before.

Police believe there was an "argument" between a female and a male on Turret Road Tauranga on Sunday 9 January 2005.

"We believe the couple were in a dark coloured 4 wheel drive when the incident began, the vehicle may have stopped on Turret Road, before driving off erratically", said Inquiry Head, Detective Senior Sergeant, Greg Turner.

"Turret Road is a major arterial route that runs from the end of15th Avenue across the Hairini Bridge to Maungatapu and Welcome Bay".

"If anyone saw the vehicle that day, saw the couple arguing or even heard anything along Turret Road please call us"

Anyone with information can contact the Tauranga Police on: 07 5774300 or 0800 SPEAKUP (0800 7732587)

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