Update – shooting in Whangarei
"Update – shooting in Whangarei"
Please attribute to
Detective Inspector Dene Begbie
Police can confirm that
the man found dead at a property on McMillan Ave, Kamo,
Whangarei had been shot and killed.
Police were called to
a house at 1.13pm.
A second man who was taken to hospital
in a critical condition with a gunshot wound has since died
from his injuries.
Post mortem examinations will be held
on both men, who were known to each other, over the coming
Police are confident there is no ongoing threat to
the public and are not seeking anyone else in connection
with the incident.
The public will continue to see Police
activity on McMillian Ave as investigators continue to make
inquiries over the coming
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