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More “unexplained” deaths in Darkland

Posted by te2ataria on October 13, 2015

Sudden death:  a 17-month-old infant dies in Wallacetown  

Police refused to say whether the infant was a boy or girl. There will be no further information available while officers were conducting their initial inquiries, they said.


Body in a Rotorua hot pool “unexplained”

Bay of Plenty of Deaths: a tourist reportedly discovered the body of an adult in a hot pool at Rotorua’s Kuirau Park Tuesday afternoon and alerted the police, said Senior Sergeant Karl Konlechner.

Earlier police had said getting the body out of the pool would be very difficult.

However, Rotorua police area commander was uncertain there was even a body in the pool in the first place (!)

“We are yet to confirm that there is a body in the pool, but we are working on that assumption,” a report quoted the Rotorua police area commander Inspector Bruce Horne as saying.


Body recovered from hot pool

In a later bulletin police admitted that the initial rumors were in fact correct and that a body had been recovered from the pool.

“The death is being treated as unexplained at this stage,” police said.


Concern grows for missing Indian student

Another day, another “missing” Indian student

Concern is growing for the welfare of missing Indian student Mandeep Singh, 20, who hasn’t been seen for more than two days.

Mr Singh was last seen at Viaduct Harbour on Sunday morning at around 3am, police said.

“At this stage we have had no sightings of him after he left Burngalow 8 bar at around 3am on Sunday morning and we would ask anyone who may have been in the area at the time and might have seen Mandeep to please contact us on (09) 302 6557,” said Acting Detective Senior Sergeant, Marcia Murray.

“We are keeping an open mind about his disappearance and searches of the area have continued today including a search of the waterways around Viaduct Harbour, Auckland City.

“Mandeep’s family are deeply concerned about his disappearance and our focus remains on trying to find him,” she added.

Mandeep Singh, 20, was last seen by his friends at 3am on Sunday morning after leaving the Bungalow 8 Bar in Viaduct Harbour, Auckland City.  He was wearing a blue collared shirt, blue jeans and black and white shoes and is described as slim build, with brown hair and brown eyes and around 5’8″ (170cm) tall.

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