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Update: Police Identify Dead Ramarama Man

Title: Update: Police Identify Dead Ramarama Man

Police have identified the man located dead this morning at a rural property in Ramarama. Police are in the process of advising his next of kin and his name will not be released until tomorrow morning.

A Post-Mortem examination will also be held tomorrow. The Police investigation will focus on establishing the movements of the deceased man leading up to his death. The occupants of the address where the man was located have been fully co-operative with the investigation.

Police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the death. It is expected to be some time before police are in a position to comment over whether or not any charges will be laid as a result of the death.

Counties Manukau Police Communications Manager
Ana-Mari Gates-Bowey


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