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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Police say a murder charge isn't the end of an investigation into Lois Tolley's death

    Police say a murder charge isn't the end of an investigation into Lois Tolley's death


    A 27-year-old appeared in Hutt Valley District Court yesterday charged with the murder of the Upper Hutt woman in December 2016.

    Police allege four people smashed into Tolley's home which led to her execution-style killing.

    Inspector Scott Miller says he knows the names of the others allegedly involved.

    He says they're now concentrating on the other three suspects they believe entered the address the night of Tolley's death.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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