Auckland: Family whose pet was killed request privacy

Published: Tue 6 Aug 2013 04:53 PM
"The family whose pet puppy Milo was killed last night have requested privacy and do not wish to carry out any media interviews at this stage. They appreciate the media interest and efforts of Police trying to track down the offenders but want to maintain their privacy as much as possible. Thank you for your consideration."

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