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6 Apr 2020 21:37
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  •   Home > News > National > Lower South Island

    Investigations will continue today into the murder of a South Canterbury dairy farm worker

    Investigations will continue today into the murder of a South Canterbury dairy farm worker


    Police were called to a Rakaia address early on Wednesday morning - after a man found his co-worker dead in bed.

    The victim was 29-year-old Tony Waldron.

    It was initially reported Waldron died of a gunshot wound - but police now say that's not the case.

    Scene examinations of two Gardiners Road addresses continued throughout the weekend.

    A man was arrested in relation to the death on Friday, but has not be charged in relation to the homicide.

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