Gore Police are investigating after a man was located
with serious head injuries at the intersection of Denton
Street and Hokonui Drive in the early hours of Wednesday 1
The man left an address on Pomona Street
around 10:45pm to walk home and was located in a serious
condition around 4:45am.
Police would like to know if
anyone saw this man from around the time he left Pomona
Street up until he was found.
He is in his late
50’s, has white hair, average height and is of a solid
The man was wearing a light-coloured T-shirt,
blue denim jeans and black sneakers.
If you have
information that could assist Police in piecing together how
the man sustained his injuries or saw him on in the area on
November 1, please contact Police and reference file number
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