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Body recovered from Aparima River

Published: Wed 12 Sep 2018 04:17 PM
"Body recovered from Aparima River"
The body of Jamie Stephen Boniface has today been recovered from Aparima River, Riverton.
Mr Boniface, 28, went missing after the dingy he was in overturned on Sunday afternoon.
His body was retrieved from the water, near the Aparima River bridge, by local divers and the Coastguard around10am.
Police extend our sympathies to Mr Boniface’s family and friends at this difficult time.
ENDS

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