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  •   Home > News > National > Auckland

    Police are investigating a sudden death in West Auckland

    Police are investigating a sudden death in West Auckland


    Nearly a dozen police officers are at a cordoned-off apartment block on Captain Scott Rd in Glen Eden.

    A Police spokesman says the death was reported just after 10am today.

    A witness says officers in face masks and gloves surrounded the area - and put up a red sheet outside a ground floor apartment.

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