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15 Jul 2020 11:23
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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Despite continued inquiries - police maintain they have no evidence to link the death of an elderly Auckland woman - to a burglary

    Despite continued inquiries - police maintain they have no evidence to link the death of an elderly Auckland woman - to a burglary


    Rampiari was found dead in her Avondale home last Tuesday.

    An initial post-mortem indicated her death was likely due to a medical event, but Police are still waiting for more forensic results.

    Police have put out an appeal for jewellery believed to have been taken - but they've since been found and Police say they weren't stolen.

    Police are still investigating a burglary at the address.

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