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The Final Destination: Police finally reveal missing man found dead

Posted by te2ataria on July 26, 2019

Missing man Stian Solberg found dead –police

Missing man located deceased
Friday, 26 July 2019 – 12:39pm – Waikato

The Norwegian (?) family of missing man Stian Solberg, 24, have positively identified his body.

Stian had been missing from his Huntly home since 9 July. Waikato Police recovered his body on 23 July.

“Stian was located  and formal identification was completed yesterday.”

As usual, the NZ Stasi have failed to provide any information concerning the “why”, “where” and “how”.

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RIP. Missing man Stian Solberg, 24, found dead in the Final Destination. He had gone missing on July 9, a day after his birthday.


He was described as an “incredibly bright” and “soft natured” young man, who recently returned to New Zealand after graduating in accounting and Mandarin at a university in Taiwan.

His disappearance was an “absolute mystery” to his family, his sister Manuella Andersen told Stuff last week.

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Unexplained Deaths?

Man and Dog Killed in Deadly Fire
Martin Schultz and his dog, named Girl, lay dead in his house for several days before he was found because he had taken the week off work for his birthday, a report said.

“Emergency services were called to Schultz’s Christchurch home on Momorangi Cres, in Redwood, on July 17 after a Housing New Zealand (HNZ) staff member noticed windows covered in soot and was unable to reach him.”

It is understood the accidental cooking fire self-extinguished…” [Wow!]

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What happened to this Korean woman?

Posted by te2ataria on July 19, 2015

Reward of up to $30,000 offered to locate missing person Yoon Sook CHUN

Yoon Sook Chun, 47, is one of more than 500 foreigners missing in New Zealand.

Mrs Chun was last seen on May 18, 2009, shortly before she left her Christchurch home.

Canterbury Police said:

“Mrs Chun was last seen six years ago and over that time it is also possible that loyalties will have changed, or someone who hoped she would be found without them getting involved will step up and contact police.

“We urge anyone who knows anything and hasn’t spoken to police before to come forward, so that police can decide whether the information is of importance to the investigation or not.

“If you are Mrs Chun please contact police.”

The offer would be valid until October 1, police said.

Mrs Chun “held both a New Zealand and South Korean passport.  Neither passport have been used to travel out of the country since her disappearance.”


Blog moderators sincerely hope Mrs Chun, who is a mother of two, is still alive. However, the chances of that are pretty slim.

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Another Tourist Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on October 1, 2009

Presume the Worst!

Kok Wong, 32, a Malaysian tourist,  has disappeared  from Aoraki Mount Cook village.

Wong was reported to the Lake Tekapo police station when he failed to catch his bus this morning at 10am.

He was  staying at the youth hostel where he was last seen yesterday afternoon, a report said.

Mr Wong had expressed an interest  to visit the Red Tarns Track and The Hooker Valley, or so the police insists, desperate for a cover story.

He was not properly equipped for the visit,  police said, and as the whether is expected to deteriorate tonight and tomorrow, the worst should be expected.

Mr Kok Wong’s personal items and luggage were found in his room, police said, adding that his bed had not been slept in overnight.

Let’s hope he didn’t meet the kiwi with a spade.

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