Huntly Police making enquiries into unexplained death

Published: Thu 25 Jul 2019 03:55 PM
Police are making enquiries into the death of a 48-year-old woman yesterday at "The Point", Ngaruawahia.
Following a medical examination, the woman's death is being treated as unexplained.
Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen the woman in the vicinity of the Nga-ruawahia Squash Club or the lower Esplanade road during the morning yesterday, Wednesday 24 July.
The woman was dressed in black clothing and was accompanied by a man, who was also wearing black clothing.
This man has been identified and is assisting Police with our enquiries.
Anyone who can help is asked to contact Huntly Police.

Next in New Zealand politics

Statement From Police Commissioner Mike Bush Following Guilty Pleas In Operation Deans Prosecution
By: New Zealand Police
Nation Steps Up To COVID-19 Alert Level 2
By: New Zealand Government
Cabinet Approves Business Continuity Package In Response To COVID-19
By: New Zealand Government
Record transport investment in Draft GPS 2021
By: New Zealand Government
On The Loss Of Abortion Safe Zones
By: Gordon Campbell
On The Oil Price Smackdown, And On National’s Fatuous Crusade Against Red Tape
By: Gordon Campbell
Predator Free 2050 Strategy - Expert Reaction
By: Science Media Centre
Land, Air And Sea: Regions To Benefit From NZ Upgrade
By: New Zealand Government
Statement On Guilty Plea Of March 15 Terrorist
By: New Zealand Government
Christchurch mosque attacks: Gunman pleads guilty to all charges
PM on mosque attacks anniversary: 'A year on gives us a chance as a nation to reflect'
Dunne Speaks: Nothing Much Has Changed Since March 15
By: Peter Dunne
Statement On Guilty Plea
By: Royal Commission of Inquiry into Attack on ChCh
Guilty Plea By Accused In Christchurch Mosque Attacks
By: Islamic Women's Council of New Zealand
Life In Prison Looms For Australia's Christchurch Gunman, Now NZ's First Convicted Terrorist
By: The Conversation
View as: DESKTOP | MOBILEWe're in BETA! Send Feedback © Scoop Media