Meola Creek ‘sudden death’ treated as not suspicious, Auckland

Meola Creek ‘sudden death’ treated as not suspicious, Auckland

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Detective Senior Sergeant Glenn Baldwin of Auckland City’s West CIB has confirmed that the sudden death of a man at Meola Creek in Westmere is not being treated as suspicious.

Post-mortem examinations were completed this morning. Police identified the man but are not notifying his next of kin.

“Following the results of that examination and our enquiries to date, Police are not treating the death as suspicious,” said Glenn Baldwin.


“Police are still making routine follow up enquiries into the matter; however, it will ultimately be referred to the Coroner.”

“Again, we would like to acknowledge the members of the public who came forward yesterday to assist Police with our enquiries.”

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