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UPDATE Operation Walter: Police appeal for sightings

Christchurch Police investigating a death on Carrisbrooke Street overnight  are now appealing to the public for information on a vehicle in relation to the death.

Detective Inspector Nicola Reeves, Canterbury CIB says Police making  enquiries into the death of man on Carrisbrooke Street are completing a scene  examination today.
“The investigation team are seeking a white 2006 Toyota Crown sedan motor  vehicle, registration LEQ895. 
“Police are now seeking the community’s assistance in identifying anyone  with, or any sightings of, a Toyota Crown vehicle which may have been  travelling in the wider Aranui area during the early hours of this morning.”
Anyone with information that may assist is asked to contact Police via our 105 line or online at https://www.police.govt.nz/use-105, using Update My  Report.
Please reference file number Please quote Operation Walter or 240104/2142. Information can also be provided anonymously via Crime Stoppers on 0800 555 111.

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