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After the death of the man of Wellington, Hone Pawa, he has looked for the observation of vehicles



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The police have captured a Toyota Corolla white sedan with a broken right mirror in relation to the homicide of Hone Pawa.

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The police have captured a Toyota Corolla white sedan with a broken right mirror in relation to the homicide of Hone Pawa.

The police investigating the death of Hone Pawa is looking for sightings of a vehicle that believes he was involved in the incident that led to his death.

Porirua's 23-year-old, Te Rauparaha park died Thursday.

A 39-year-old man who has name suppression appeared on Friday at the Porirua district court dressed in a blue-boiler suits to face an assault accusation that he intends to hurt in connection with the seizure of Porirua.

Sergeant Senior Detective Christiaan Barnard asks people to contact them if they saw a 1996 Toyota Corolla blank in the center of the city of Porirua earlier this Thursday.

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"We have taken a white sedan from the 1996 Toyota Corolla that we believe was involved with the incident that led to the death of Mr. Pawa.

"We are looking for this vehicle in the Porirua area between 5:00 pm on Thursday night until today.

"It is characteristic in that it has a thick black layer around the body. The right wing mirror is missing and the light from the left rear quarter breaks.

"The model is an E110 and is also known for the names of Toyota Corsa and Sprinter."

Pawa has survived to his partner, family and three small children.

If you have information that can help the police, contact Wellington Police at (04) 381 2000.

The information can also be issued anonymously through Crimestoppers at 0800 555 111.

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