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  •   Home > News > Education

    Police are moving to the next phase of the investigation into the death of Dunedin student Sophia Crestani, after wrapping up dozens of witness interviews

    Police are moving to the next phase of the investigation into the death of Dunedin student Sophia Crestani, after wrapping up dozens of witness interviews


    The 19-year-old died after reportedly being crushed when hundreds of people tried to leave a party at Dundas St flat two weeks ago.

    Police say no decision will be made on potential charges until the case file is completed and reviewed.

    Around 20 officers are still working on the case.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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