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New Zealand Herald

Published: Wed 11 Jul 2001 11:06 AM
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Murder victim died in brutal attack
A bloody newspaper marks the spot at the edge of Lake Whakamaru, near Mangakino, where a man's body was found yesterday morning, launching a homicide inquiry. The man, aged about 30, was the victim of a violent attack and is believed to have struggled before being killed in a car layby known as the Dunham Creek Reserve some time on Monday night or yesterday morning. He is yet to be identified. He was found about 11 am after a Tokoroa hunter searching the area for his lost dog spotted pools of blood...
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