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Howick homicide investigation (update)

NZ Police CommCens Alert 08:00 8-12-2007 Counties Manukau

Location of incident: Ridge Road, Howick, South Auckland.

Incident Type: Howick homicide investigation.

The young man killed in a stabbing incident in Ridge Road Howick shortly after 1.40am today is Daryl Graydon aged 24 from a Panmure address.

The body has been removed from the Ridge Road scene and will undergo a post mortem today.

Ridge Road remains closed while a forensic scene examination is completed.

Counties-Manukau Police want to hear from anyone who saw or knows anything that can assist in this homicide investigation, they can be contacted on (09)2611300.

Further information will be made known when available.

Issued By: Inspector William Taylor

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