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    Seven police dog puppies have been named in memory of Sergeant Matt Ratana, who was killed while on duty last year

    Seven police dog puppies have been named in memory of Sergeant Matt Ratana, who was killed while on duty last year


    The New Zealand-born British police officer died after he was shot by a person being detained at a London police station.

    Ratana's partner Su was invited to name the pups in his honour.

    Sergeant Matt Ratana was originally from Hawke's Bay and had worked with Auckland Police for five years.

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