Update - Fatal house fire in Dunedin
Update - Fatal house fire in
Please attribute to Detective
Sergeant Dylan Ross
Police do not consider
that there are any suspicious circumstances following a
house fire and the death of a man in Dunedin.
occurred at the Nutsford St address in the suburb of
Brockville on the night of Friday 22 September.
has not yet been formally identified.
A post-mortem was
conducted yesterday (Monday).
The results will be sent to
A scene examination has been completed and
there are no longer scene guards or cordons in
Police will continue to investigate on behalf of
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