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The Final Destination: Yet another Asian student killed in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on February 12, 2020

UPDATE: According to an unconfirmed MSM report, the victim’s family are from China. [Family ‘broken’ after Otago student’s body found in Makarora River]

Korean student Kevin Kum Fike Lee identified as one of the two people found dead on the Makarora River

Wednesday, 12 February 2020 – 10:11am | Southern
Name release – Makarora River death

Police can now confirm the identity of one of the two people found dead on the Makarora River, on Saturday 8 February.

He was 22-year-old Kevin Kum Fike Lee,  who reportedly lived in Dunedin.

The Otago University student was one of at least two people whose bodies were found in the Makarora River in Mt Aspiring National Park by members of public at the weekend.

Kevin Kum Fike Lee, 22. His body was found in Makarora River in Mt Aspiring National Park, at the weekend. His companion has not yet been identified.

The identity of his female companion has not yet been released.

Police said the circumstances of the deaths were not believed to be suspicious. Then again, that’s a routine statement made by police, often in the absence of any forensic examination. Search blog content for similar cases.


British Tourist Stephanie Simpson Still Missing

Stephanie Simpson, 32, a British tourist, remains missing after going tramping in the Mt Aspiring National Park at the weekend. [Or at least that’s what the police maintain!]

Stephanie Simpson, 32, a British tourist remains missing.

So Unfair for the Families of NZ Tourism Victims

Ms Simpson’s parents are reportedly flying to New Zealand, “desperate for information”, to look for her.

Police probably know what happened to her already, but in the low-life Kiwi tradition of maximizing income from tourists, they want to milk the victim’s family to the fullest possible extent, before revealing her fate. [Police will also take the opportunity to threaten, intimidate, bully, coerce, and cajole the family not to take any legal action, or complain against the authorities for not doing anything to protect their daughter.]

She looks like a nice person, and we’re praying for her safety

Stephanie looks like a genuinely nice person, and we’ve been praying for her safety. Unfortunately, given the circumstances of her disappearance, and history of the inordinate numbers of tourists who are killed in NZ each year, however, the odds of finding her alive are pretty slim.

Police have also ignored calls to release the identity of following persons…

One dead after water incident at Karioitahi Beach
One person has died in a water incident at Karioitahi Beach, southwest of Auckland.
Emergency services were called to the beach about 7.15pm on Sunday, after three people got into difficulty in the water.

Person died in water incident, Ohope Beach
“Emergency services are at Ohope Beach following an incident this afternoon.
“Police were called to the area about 3.50pm after a person was pulled unresponsive from the water. That person has since died.”

“On Saturday, a 23-year-old Christchurch man drowned after jumping into the Hokitika River gorge.
“On Monday, Whanganui rescuers found a body, believed to be a 24-year-old Israeli national who went missing in the Whanganui River on Sunday afternoon.
“Also on Monday, a man went missing at a swimming hole near Karekare beach in West Auckland. His body was found on Tuesday.”

Other Water-related Deaths – [limited to recently reported cases only]

Diver killed near Whangārei, Northland, named by police
‘The man who died following a diving incident in calm conditions in Northland has been named by police as Lee Victor Tohu, 52.

“On Sunday, Otago rescuers found a body, believed to be that of Vinnie Beecroft, a 14-year-old who went missing near Second Beach, Dunedin, on Thursday.”

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 5:42pm | Tasman
Name release – Hokitika River incident
Police are now in a position to release the name of the 23-year-old man who failed to surface from the Hokitika River on Saturday.
He was Solomone Tuitalau, [believed to be a Tongan national who lived in] Christchurch.

Tuesday, 28 January 2020 – 2:12pm | Waitematā
Body located in Karekare
The Police Dive Squad has located the body of a man who went missing while at a swimming hole in Karekare.
The man will now need to be formally identified and next-of-kin notified, many of whom are overseas.

Monday, 27 January 2020 – 1:28pm | Central
Body located in Whanganui River search
Police have this afternoon located a body in the Whanganui River.
While formal identification is yet to take place, police believe it is the man who failed to surface near Upokongaro yesterday.
His body was located in the Mosquito Point area.
Police will release the name of the man, a 24-year-old Israeli national, as soon as all family notifications have taken place.

Sunday, 26 January 2020 – 6:22pm | Tasman
UPDATE: Body located in Hokitika River search
Police have located a body at Hokitika River, Kokatahi, this afternoon.
Formal identification is yet to take place, however Police believe it is the 23-year-old man who failed to surface yesterday.

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The Final Destination: Emily Branje, 9, Swept into Water at Hokitika River Mouth

Posted by te2ataria on September 27, 2019

Lifejacket might have saved her life!

Hokitika whitebaiting incident – victim named as Emily Branje

Friday, 27 September 2019 – 11:13am – Tasman

The girl who was swept into the water at the Hokitika River mouth yesterday (Sept 26, 2019) was 9-year-old Emily Branje, police said.

Emily Branje, aged 9. “We are in shock and grief after receiving the news yesterday about our precious only child, Emily,” her family said.


“Police continue to search for Emily and are supporting her family at this difficult time.”

Emily had been spending school holidays with extended family in Hokitika.

Emily and a 69-year-old man fell into the water on Thursday morning, triggering a large search. The pair “got into trouble and a member of the public was able to retrieve the gentleman but the girl went further out and is still missing”.

They were not wearing lifejackets, police said!

[Janine Branje, not related to the victim, says the name originated in France, but a letter was changed when ancestors moved to Netherlands to settle for better life.]

Police update: Body of missing girl located, West Coast
Saturday, 28 September 2019 – 10:46am – Tasman

The body of a young girl has been located near the mouth of the Grey River near Cobden, on the West Coast this morning.

“While formal identification is still to be carried out, we believe it is nine-year-old Emily Branje, who was swept into the water at the Hokitika River mouth on Thursday 27 [sic.] September.”

We don’t call them “the thick blue line” out of contempt for  incompetence alone!

The thick blue line get their dates wrong again! Source: https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/body-missing-girl-located-west-coast

UC student found dead was Mason Pendrous, 19

University of Canterbury (UC) student Mason Pendrous was found dead on Monday night by a Canterbury Living Village (CLV) staff member. Authorities are yet to say how the 19-year-old died, but sources say he is thought to have been dead for nearly eight weeks.

Staff running university halls where Pendrous lay dead for weeks were warned in May to check on him, a report said.

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Another missing man found dead

Posted by te2ataria on August 30, 2019

Missing Rotorua man found deceased –police

Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]

Andrew Gunn, 28, who was reported missing in late July, was located deceased on 13 August, police confirmed.

Missing man Andrew Gunn found deceased. Photo / Supplied via Rotorua Daily Post

NO additional information provided be police, as per usual!

Also missing…

Missing Naenae man Warren Nelson
Friday, 7 June 2019 – 7:49pm – Wellington

Police are asking for the public’s help to locate Warren Nelson who has been reported missing from Rata Street in Naenae, Lower Hutt.

Update: Missing man Joseph Webb
Tuesday, 27 August 2019 – 2:20pm
Bay of Plenty [of Deaths]

Police continues to appeal for information on Joseph Webb, who went missing on 22 July. Today, Police alongside local SAR volunteers revisited the Kohi Point track near Whakatane with specialist dogs looking for signs of Joseph.

Unfortunately Joseph is still missing. [The wording and syntax of this report suggests police know what happened to Joseph. Moderator]

The last confirmed sighting of Joseph occurred on Tuesday 23 July between 2:30pm and 3:30pm at Whakatane Heads.

Missing person: Taohui Su
Date of birth: 23rd May 1987
Date of disappearance: 18th June 2019
Location: Counties Manukau

Circumstances: Taohui Su has been missing from Counties Manukau since 18 June 2019. New Zealand Police urges any one that has information to please come forward either by calling 105, Crimestoppers 0800 555 111 or by submitting information by clicking on the blue ‘Provide information about Taohui’ button.

Missing person: Bridget Simmonds
Date of birth: 29th July 1976
Date of disappearance: 23rd February 2019
Location: Whangarei

Circumstances: Bridget was last seen at the Regent Countdown on Kamo Road, Whangarei. Bridget’s phone has not been used since February 23rd however her bank cards were used in Whangarei once on March 9th and twice on March 11th. Police have carried out extensive CCTV inquiries but they cannot confirm that Bridget was the one making these transactions so they would like to hear from anyone who may have seen her around these dates. Bridget is adored by her family and they are extremely worried about her and are desperate for answers so if you know anything at all that might help, please contact Whangarei Police.

Missing person: Jessica Boyce
Date of disappearance: 19th March 2019
Location: Renwick
Height: 158cm
Build: Slim

Circumstances: 27 year old Jessica Boyce was last seen on Tuesday 19 March 2019 in Renwick, Marlborough. She was driving a red Holden Rodeo Ute. The vehicle was located at Lake Chalice, Northbank, Wairau, on Friday 22nd March 2019.Marlborough on 22 March 2019.

Missing person: Guoquan (Laurence) Wu
Date of disappearance: 12th March 2019
Location: Auckland City
Height: 178cm
Build: Medium
Distinguishing Features: Wears glasses

Circumstances: 22 year old Guoquan Wu, also known as Laurence Wu, was last seen on March 10 2019 on Sainsbury Road, St Lukes, Auckland. His car was later located on March 12 2019 at Piha Beach carpark.

Missing Male: Bengali National Helal Uddin
Wednesday, 17 February 2016 – 1:28pm
Counties Manukau

Counties Manukau Police is looking for a missing 25-year-old Bengali National who has not been seen since early December.

Helal Uddin was reported missing to Police on 4 December 2015.

It is believed he may be working in or near Tauranga.

Police and family have concerns for his safety given the length of time since he has made contact.

Missing Female: Rangitihi Raukawa
Thursday, 24 March 2016 – 5:16pm
Counties Manukau

Counties Manukau Police are looking for 33-year-old Rangitihi Raukawa.

She has not been seen since last Saturday (19 March) when she went missing from a Manurewa address.

Police and family are concerned for her safety as she is on medication which she has not taken with her.

She is Maori, of stocky build and approximately 161 centimetres tall.

Missing Person: David Gilchrist
Monday, 29 February 2016 – 9:33pm
National News
Whangarei Police are looking for 34 year old David Charles GILCHRIST.
He has been missing since 27 January 2016. His family are worried about his safety.

Missing person: Kerry Morgan
Saturday, 27 February 2016 – 1:55pm
Hamilton Police would like anyone with information about the possible whereabouts of 53 year old Kerry Morgan to contact them. Senior Sergeant Robbie Hermann of the Waikato District Command Centre said that Mr Morgan has not been seen since Friday afternoon when he was walking his dog next to the Waikato River…

Missing Male: Jordan Beazley
Friday, 19 February 2016 – 3:50pm

Waitemata Police are seeking the public’s assistance to locate missing 19-year-old male Jordan Beazley. He was last seen on the 7 February 2016 in Albany but may be in the wider Auckland area or in the Waikato.

Autistic boy missing
Monday, 5 October 2015 – 6:54pm
Auckland City
A Police search is underway in Glen Innes, Auckland, for an 11-year-old autistic boy who went missing from his Grandparents home this afternoon.
The boy, who is unable to speak, was last seen riding his orange and black tiger-striped bike in the vicinity of Taniwha Street around 4pm.
He has brown hair and was wearing a grey jumper, khaki green cargo pants but no shoes or socks.
If you have seen this boy (image attached) please call the Police on 111.

Reward offered for information in Joanne Chatfield case
Monday, 24 December 2018 – 2:28pm
Counties Manukau
Thirty years after she first went missing, Police are renewing a reward of up to $50,000 in the hope that new information will be brought to light in the unsolved case of Joanne Chatfield.
Joanne was aged 17 when she went missing in Auckland Central on November 19th, 1988. She was last seen prior to midnight leaving a function at Auckland University Campus and walking down Princes St towards Wellesley St.

Detective Senior Sergeant Shaun Vickers says Joanne was likely the victim of foul play…

Details of some of the thousands of people missing in NZ are posted at https://www.police.govt.nz/

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Boatie dead, second missing on Lake Hauroko; no sign of UK climber

Posted by te2ataria on June 5, 2019

Readers have asked:


A second German woman died in/after the fatal collision in Oakleigh which killed at least three others on Wednesday 1 November, 2017. Police initially said that she was critically injured in the collision, but failed to release her name after she died.

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Missing boatie presumed dead!

Search for missing boatie suspended
Wednesday, 5 June 2019 – 11:56am – Southern

“The search for the missing boatie on Lake Hauroko has been suspended for the day due to poor conditions. The water level remains high and bad weather is forecast, hindering search efforts.

“The boat and its two occupants [named as Michael Goodson and Rosemary Spiewak] a man and a woman in their 60s, were reported missing on Friday 31 May, although reports suggest the pair may have gone out on the lake up to a week earlier.

“The body of a woman was found at the southern end of the lake on Saturday 1 June.” https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/search-missing-boatie-suspended

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UK hiker still missing in Tararua Ranges

Wednesday, 5 June 2019 – 8:56am – Wellington

The search for the missing UK tramper named as Darren Myers, 49, missing in the Tararua Ranges since last week, will continue today in a limited capacity due to poor weather conditions, police said.

Myers was due out from Mt Holdsworth on Saturday and a search was mounted on Sunday amid serious concerns for his safety.

“… for safety reasons, they had scaled back the search on Tuesday and had pulled most of the teams out by nightfall.”

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Body found in Nelson Lakes National Park believed to be that of English tourist Andrew Wyatt

British tramper Andrew Ian Wyatt, 41, was found dead at the bottom of a 100-metre cliff in the Nelson Lakes national park in 2013, nearly two weeks after he went missing.

Mr Wyatt, from Cornwall, arrived in New Zealand on November 21 and was last seen alive on December 15 at Blue Lake Hut.

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Andrew Wyatt, 41, yet another English tourist killed in New Zealand.

Mr Wyatt had intended to walk the 3,000-kilometre (1,900-mile) Te Araroa Trail, yet another tourist deathtrap, which runs along the entire length of the New Zealand, when he went missing.

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Bonus News!

Nearly twice as many NZers deported from the US, fewer getting citizenship

At least 170 New Zealanders were deported from the United States in 2017, compared to 97 the year before.

Additionally, 468 New Zealanders acquired US citizenship, compared to 565 in 2016.

See also: Meet pakeha pete!  [posted March 2009]

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The Final Destination: Autumn Sciascia, 22, Found Dead

Posted by te2ataria on April 28, 2019


Young woman missing from the Hawke’s Bay found dead

Missing in NZ (MINZ): Two of the missing found dead today!

Autumn Sciascia, 22, who was reported missing on Friday morning, has been found dead. Her body was found earlier today, police have now confirmed.

Autumn Sciascia, 22, was found dead two days after she was last seen by her family on Wednesday, (April 24). Police haven’t revealed the circumstances surrounding her tragic death. Photo: NZ police.

Ms. Sciascia’s [Italian] family had last heard from her on Wednesday morning, police said earlier. The car she drove was found abandoned in Waipukurau, suggesting something terrible might have happened to her.

UPDATE – Missing Hawkes Bay woman
Saturday, 27 April 2019 – 12:54pm

The 22-year-old Hawkes Bay woman reported missing on Friday morning, 26 April, has been found deceased.

Her death is not considered to be suspicious and has been referred to the Coroner.

[Note: Police acted discourteously by excluding Ms. Sciascia’s name from their last brusque report. Editor]

The circumstances surrounding tragic death of Ms Sciascia [pronounced “shasha”] are unclear. Also unclear, as per usual, is how the police arrived at the conclusion that “her death is not considered to be suspicious”.

What are police trying to hide?

Also puzzling is why policed hurriedly removed the missing notice, which included her photo, from their website.


The following notice, which includes the name “Sciascia” was still available on police website nine years after the incident occurred:

Dannevirke fatal crash victim’s name released
Tuesday, 21 December 2010 – 3:17pm

A young Dannevirke woman killed when the car she was driving left the road and crashed into the wall of a bank building in the town early this morning was Ms Cassandra Gail Schumann, aged 20 years.

Dannevirke Police say the crash happened at 1.45am on the corner of Stanley and London Streets. Two Dannevirke men who were also in the car are both in Palmerston North Hospital’s intensive care unit.

Mr Pakere Paewai, aged 23, is in a stable condition and the rear seat passenger Maurice Scott, also known as Mr Maurice Sciascia, aged 38 years, is in a critical but stable condition this afternoon.

Diversions were in place for several hours to allow a scene examination to take place. The cause of the crash is being investigated.

It was a busy night for emergency services in the town as at 3am police, fire and ambulance officers called out to a crash where a car skidded off State Highway 2, 5km north of Dannevirke, and went into a tree.

The driver and sole occupant, Mr Hohepa Black, was airlifted to Palmerston North Hospital where this afternoon he is in a stable condition.


Another missing person found dead!

Body located in search for missing man
Saturday, 27 April 2019 – 7:59pm [Bay of Plenty of Deaths]

“Police have this evening recovered a body near Mayor Island in the Bay of Plenty [of Deaths.] The body was located and reported to Police by people out on a recreational boat at around 3.30pm today.

“While formal identification is still to be carried out, we believe it is missing man Gordon Nicholson.”

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Two of the missing found murdered

Posted by te2ataria on March 11, 2019

The Final Destination: Body of missing Indian man Rahul-Nathu Dahya found

His murder was almost certainly racially motivated!

Body of Rahul-Nathu Dahya, 22, found

The body of 22-year-old missing Indian man Rahul-Nathu Dahya has been found, police said.

The victim was reported missing on Tuesday 5 March after failing to arrive at an appointment in Mangaweka on the previous day.

“On Friday 9 March friends of Mr Dahya found his van parked in the Vinegar Hill campground. After an initial search Police failed to locate him and Search and Rescue (SAR) were called in.”

Rahul-Nathu Dahya, 22, was almost certainly victim of a racially-motivated murder. Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

“The search continued on Sunday and the body, which has been formally identified as Mr Dahya, was located shortly before midday in a bush area near the campground adjacent to State Highway 54.”

Missing American Denver Chance was Murdered

Denver Chance Murdered – man arrested after body found
The 43-year-old American who lived in Auckland had last been seen leaving a property in Mairangi Bay, North Shore, around 4pm on Sunday 24th February.

A 41 year-old Kingseat man was arrested for the murder of Mr Chance outside a Mt Eden bar, police said.

Murdered: Body of the missing American Denver Chance, 43, has been found.


Disappearance of Mike Zhao-Beckenridge and John Beckenridge

Sunday, 10 March 2019 – 9:05pm – Southern
After an extensive investigation into the disappearance of Mike Zhao-Beckenridge and John Beckenridge, Police will now be referring the case to the Coroner.

The pair were last sighted in the Catlins in March 2015.

Of the 4 dozen or so people who’ve gone missing this year so far only a fraction are reported dead by police

Search continues for missing Masterton man
Saturday, 9 March 2019 – 3:30pm – Wellington
“The man missing from Masterton is Gurwinder Singh Dandian, not Gurwinder Singh as stated in a previous release.”
[Police have apologized for their utter incompetence and genetic disposition for stupidity.]

Missing, presumed…

Missing Masterton man Gurwinder Singh Dandian, 26, was last seen near a beach 1.5 km east of Cape Palliser Lighthouse around 4.30-5pm on 5 March. Items belonging to Gurwinder, including his vehicle, have been located in the Cape Palliser area.


Police urgently seeking sightings of missing Timaru man

21-year-old Campbell Marr was last seen on Friday 8 March in Timaru, police said. [It’s unclear whether he’s actually missing or participating in a police “feel-good” disinformation campaign. ] Photo supplied by NZ poolice.

“Canterbury Police are looking for 21-year-old Campbell Marr of Timaru. He was last seen on Friday 8 March in Timaru and Police have serious concerns for his wellbeing.”

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Final Destination: Another Foreigner ‘Killed’ Skydiving in NZ

Posted by te2ataria on January 11, 2018

Recent Quote: “[Skydiving] in New Zealand is like playing for real in the Final Destination (horrific deaths) movies. Just when you think you’ve been spared, the Grim Reaper strikes!”

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Police not revealing nationality of missing skydiver presumed dead

The missing skydiver on Lake Wakatipu is now presumed dead making the search a body recovery operation, police has said.

“Given the nature of the incident and the time that has passed, the ongoing police activity is focussed on a recovery operation rather than a rescue.

“Our focus is on the recovery of the missing man and getting him back to his family.”

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Half man, half beast?

New Australian High Commissioner to NZ

Australia’s new High Commissioner to New Zealand has been named as Ewen McDonald,  Australian Foreign Minister Julie (XXX) Bishop has announced.  Informed sources say Mr McDonald’s right ear is over a third larger than his left.

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The latest in NZ deaths, injury and mayhem

Posted by te2ataria on November 27, 2015

Fatal crash unleashes swarm of bees

A 19-year-old man was killed when a truck he was travelling in collided with the back of logging truck, south of Kawerau, this morning. The second truck was carrying bee hives.

Deceased man may have been dead for days (weeks?)
A man found deceased at a Far North property may have been dead for days, police say.

Serious motor vehicle crash Wallacetown, Invercargill
A female passenger was killed in one of two serious crashes in North Canterbury.

Missing Kiwi found dead in Ireland [Murder mystery?]

Teen missing off Raglan’s Wainui Beach named

Kiwi father fell to his death while working at a refinery in Western Australia

Man killed in South Auckland workplace accident (How many this year?)
A 54-year-old man was killed in a workplace accident at Davies Logistics, which runs a fleet of trucks, in Aintree Avenue in Mangere on Wednesday. Police confirmed the man was killed in an accident involving a truck.

Serious crash Whangarei
Two people are trapped in vehicles after a head on collision State Highway 1, north of Whangarei. One is in a critical condition and the other is in a serious condition, police reported.

Fatal fire in Bream Bay Drive, Ruakaka
Noel Hendry was killed in a fire that engulfed his home.

Three crashes in North Island today (Tuesday 24 November 2015)
One person was killed and three others were seriously injured in three separate car crashes in the North Island today.

Man killed in state highway crash

Two injured in west Auckland head-on crash
Two people have been injured in a crash, involving four vehicles near Kumeu.

Body found on Christchurch beach identified

Nine-year-old girl in hospital after hit and run in Christchurch

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Five More Foreigners Killed or Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 3, 2011

A German Backpacker, an Englishman, an “Iraqi woman” and two Frenchmen Killed or Missing in New Zealand

1. Rene Weissange, a 25 year old German backpacker from Markranstaedt, has not been seen since Monday (August 29) when he went kayaking on Lake Hawea.

2 and 3.  ONLY in New Zealand: Raphael Soubrier, 21, and Yoann Firdion, 24, the two young French tourists who drowned in Lake Wakatipu while canoeing have been blamed for their own deaths by a New Zealand coroner.
Criminal negligence: Informed sources said the Coastguard and the harbour master took far too long to respond to the victims’ distress call.

4. A woman, believed to be an Iraqi national, was  stabbed to death in suburban Wellington.

5. Englishman James Roberts, 45, and his male companion Jordan Pooley, 21, disappeared on Waikato lake last Sunday and have not been seen since. The two men “set off in a three-metre boat from Jones Landing at the northern end of Lake Arapuni, southwest of Putaruru,” according to a report.
“What we understand is the dog and one of the men in the boat were inseparable, so when the dog turned up without the man people became concerned and notified us.” Police said.

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Another Missing Brit in NZ Presumed Dead

Posted by te2ataria on February 15, 2010

Edited by D.H.

Peter Stephen Jones Missing, Presumed Dead

Peter Stephen Jones, 45, went missing at Paritutu Beach 5km west of New Plymouth city centre yesterday.

Police say they believe Mr Jones he is dead.

“Police became concerned about Peter Stephen Jones, 45, after they were called to an incident in which he allegedly assaulted his partner.” NZPA said.

However Mr Jones had left the accommodation before police arrived, and was later spotted at Paritutu Beach, 5km west of the city centre, about 2.30am.

Body recovery teams scoured the shoreline yesterday, but could not find his body, Taranaki police said.

“The death has been referred to the coroner, and his family in the UK have been informed.”

So far police have refused to say why they are so certain Mr Jones is dead.

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Another Indian Student Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on October 5, 2009

Indian Student Missing in New Zealand, Presumed “Murdered.”

Another Victim of New Zealand Racism!

Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an AUT student has been missing for 4 days.

Srikanth RayadurgamMISSING PRESUMED “MURDERED.”  Srikanth Rayadurgam, 23, an Auckland University of Technology (AUT)  student, was last seen by his family around midday on October 1 when he left his Mt Albert home, Auckland, New Zealand.

He was last seen by his when he left his Mt Albert home about midday on October 1, 2009, and was reported missing  at 10 pm by family members who called the police.

The victim’s wallet was discovered by a cyclist near Westhaven Marina, St Mary’s Bay, around 8am the following day.

The incompetent New Zealand Police are still searching for any trace of of Mr Rayadurgam.

“When the missing man’s family heard of the discovery they visited the marina and uncovered further personal items, including Mr Rayadurgam’s backpack and some items of clothing.” A report said.

The police say his disappearance was particularly concerning because there was “nothing to suggest Mr Rayadurgam was unhappy or unwell.”

They have asked “anyone with information about the case or  anyone who saw anything suspicious around the Curran St end – under the Harbour Bridge – of Westhaven Marina is asked to contact Police immediately.”

Here’s the information they need, as if they don’t know already:

In all likelihood Mr Rayadurgam was yet another victim of racially-motivated foul play.


The police choice of tense is particularly interesting:

Mr Rayadurgam LIVED with his sister and HAD no other family in New Zealand.”

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Another Japanese Man Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on September 6, 2009

New Zealand Police Farce: Media Releases

Asian Male Missing In Orewa, New Zealand

5 September, 2009 – 14:01

Rodney Police say they have grave concerns for the well being of a 22 year old Asian male who is missing in Orewa. A description of the young man has been issued.

Masashi Hayama
Photo of Masashi Hayama from His facebook account.

Asian Male – Aged 22 years.
Height – 165 cm tall, thin build
Hair – shoulder length straight black hair
Clothing – unknown – generally dresses in black and his jeans always look like they are falling down. He is not in possession of his wallet or his cell phone.

HAYAMA-MORETON was last seen at about midnight on Tuesday 1 September 2009 at the Orewa Beach Holiday Camp. At the time he was in his Silver BMW car which was full of clothing. The vehicle is not being sought. There have been no further sightings of the 22 year old man since.

Mr Hayama has New Zealand residency. He has not returned to his regular home in the North Shore suburb of Bayswater, he has not contacted his family, or any of his friends. Police have carried out an extensive search for the man since he was reported missing by his parents on Wednesday 2 September 2009.

He is known to frequent the Takapuna area and generally stays within the North Shore. Friends have described his recent behaviour as erratic, however his disappearance is considered to be out of character.

[Note the preemptive stroke, preparing the public for the second phase: “Police said his death was not suspicious” statement that would probably follow soon, which means they already know he is dead! TEAA]

Police are appealing to the public for assistance in locating this missing man, and if anyone has any sightings they are urged to contact the Orewa Police on 09 426 4555 as soon as possible. –

Anyone with information contact the police:

Phone: +64 9 488 9758

This is the first news blog in New Zealand to spend a few minutes searching for and publishing a photo of the missing Japanese man, Masashi Hayama. [NZ police didn’t bother publishing the victim’s photo probably because they already knew he was dead.]

We hope he would be found alive and well, in the face of all odds and despite the murder trend against the Asians in New Zealand …

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Foreigner No 459 Goes Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on June 9, 2009

Chinese Engineer becomes the 459thForeigner [Conservative Estimate] to Go Missing in New Zealand – Foul Play Must Be Suspected!

New Zealand Death Clock Started Ticking for Xizhong Zhu  the moment he boarded the plane bound for New Zealand.

UNCHARACTERISTICALLY, police say they are not ruling out foul play in the disappearance of a Chinese engineer who went missing last month.

Xizhong Zhu , 49, known as Mark was reported missing following Queen’s Birthday weekend, after he failed to turn up for  work at Transfield Worley, a Taranaki oil company, Media reported.

Defective Sergeant Greg Gray reportedly described  the disappearance as “totally out of character”.

“As time goes on we have to consider the possibility that some harm has come to Mr Zhu whether that be some sort of accident or something more sinister,” he was reported as saying.

“His disappearance is totally out of character and no matter who we speak to we can find no reason why he would deliberately go missing and not make some sort of contact with family.”

Mr Zhu reportedly traveled to Auckland for the bank holiday weekend and booked into a motel in Auckland for the Saturday. However, he has used neither his credit card, nor  his bank account since. Police said his cell phone was also unused.

“Neither his son, who he maintains regular contact with, or the rest of his family has heard from him.”

His red Subaru Impreza hatchback, registration CDK 640, is also missing.

It’s highly unlikely that he would be found alive, based on past experience. However, for the sake of his son and family, let’s hope it doesn’t take our incompetent police farce five years to find his body.

It took the police farce 5 years to find the body of Korean student Jae Hyeon Kim whose head was chopped off by a New Zealander. And they haven’t found the body of Irina Yun, who was probably assassinated by the NZ SIS. [There are at least 457 other cases.]

Source: http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/2484048/Foul-play-not-ruled-out-in-missing-man-case

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American Tourist Missing in New Zealand Presumed Dead

Posted by te2ataria on May 18, 2009

The missing American tramper last seen in Nelson Lakes National Park 12 weeks ago must be presumed dead.

[That leaves another 450+ American, Chinese, Japanese, Koraen, Indian… nationals still unaccounted for.]

Edward (Ed) Reynolds, 39, wrote a note in an intentions book on February 24 at the East Matakitaki Hut, near Murchison, about his plans to cross rugged terrain to reach the Lewis Pass. He has not left a trace since.

Mr Reynolds last wrote in his blog on February 22 about almost running out of food and not being prepared to risk drowning.

A search was launched for the missing American after he failed to pick up gear from friends as arranged.

Mr Reynolds also missed his flight back to the United States.

Mr Reynolds’ bank accounts has not been touched since February 22, the date which he also wrote the last entry on his blog.

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Missing Presumed Dead

Posted by te2ataria on April 18, 2009

New Zealanders, Foreigners, Tourists Missing in New Zealand

How many people are actually missing in New Zealand?

Writing about the inordinate rise of murder and violent crimes in New Zealand, the moderator briefly touched on the issue of  the many people who go missing in New Zealand each year and whose bodies are never found…

In Lost Without a Trace, dated today [April 18, 2009] the Dominion Post tries to represent this unacceptable national murder racket in a false perspective:

“They may have been murdered, died in an accident, given up on life or may still be walking around somewhere. But what they have in common is that their families have spent months or years in limbo, not knowing.”

Well the fact is that people can’t live on air alone, and the money in their purse/wallet can’t last for more than a day or two, let alone weeks, months and years.

As for the number of those missing, the Post said: “Police have hundreds of unsolved historic cases on file. Most are presumed dead but, because a body has never been found, their files remain open. ”

Then the article cited a few publicized cases and listed “six who vanished without a trace.”  [SBTM!]

The author then asked: “WHERE ARE THEY?”

Try searching a couple of feet under the ground!

And to finish the article with a ‘bang,’ the author listed the following stats:

  • 7162 people were reported missing last year about 20 a day
  • 4266 were aged under 17
  • 3810 were female
  • 3352 were male
  • 88 per cent of those reported missing are found within two weeks

Ahhrr, so they didn’t really go missing, missing, did they? They just went AWOL for a few days!

  • 550 people are missing right now
  • 262 are old cases still to be transferred into the police central database
  • 70 foreigners are missing in New Zealand 32 Kiwis are missing overseas

Any connection with all those foreign passports which were unearthed when the search parties were looking for the body of Korean student Jae Hyeon Kim who was  decapitated in New Zealand?

The moderator earlier called “Pious pakeha,” the insider who works for the govt,  about the true stats of those missing in New Zealand. Here’s what he had to say:

  • The number of  New Zealanders missing right now: 15,000 plus
  • The number of foreigners missing in New Zealand: at least 450 people

Most of the Kiwis who are missing overseas fall into two categories:

  1. The SIS agents operating in foreign countries
  2. Kiwis involved in life-insurance frauds

Blog contributors say:

A number of foreigners missing in New Zealand comprised wealthy individuals who were murdered for their money.

Key individuals within the SIS and NZ Immigration, who have access to private information on foreigners and are trained on surveillance and murder techniques, as well as a number of bank officers in international banks operating in this country are directly involved in the murders.

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