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Public's help sought with investigation

Wellington Police are seeking the public’s help with their investigation
into the discovery of man’s body along the waterfront earlier today.

Police were called at 7am after the body of the 47-year-old man had been
located in the water, near the Boat Shed.

Police are not treating the death as suspicious but would like assistance
from the public into determining what has happened.

They would like to hear from anyone who saw or spoke with a male of small
build who was riding a grey GT mountain bike along the Wellington waterfront
between 6pm on 22 December and 7am on 23 December.

The man was wearing blue jeans, white shoes, a long-sleeved yellow hi-vis top
with a grey hoody underneath. He also had a blue/grey backpack.

Anyone with information should please call Police on 105, quoting job number
P049047910.

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