Police seek help from public in Kathleen Kawana inquiry

Can you help in a Police Ten 7 case?

Police investigating the death of Kathleen Kawana are urging the public to tune in to Police Ten 7 tonight.

Police will be releasing new information in an appeal to help find those responsible for Ms Kawana’s death.

Ms Kawana, aged 46, from Porirua, was found deceased in a vacant property in Ruatoria on August 3.

Police believe her death was suspicious, and are determined to find the person or people responsible.

But they need the public’s help to provide vital information about Ms Kawana’s movements between Porirua, Hawke’s Bay and Ruatoria.

To find out what this new information is and how you can help, watch Police Ten 7 at 7.30pm tonight on TVNZ 2.

Police Ten 7 can also be watched on TVNZ 2 +1 an hour later.

The new information in relation to Ms Kawana’s death will also be shared on the Police Ten 7 and Police Facebook pages once the programme has screened.

Police believe the community can help them get answers for Ms Kawana’s family.

“Someone will know something and can help us bring this family some sense of closure in solving this crime,” said a police spokesperson.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Police Ten 7 information line on 0800 107 4636.

Can you help in a Police Ten 7 case?

Police investigating the death of Kathleen Kawana are urging the public to tune in to Police Ten 7 tonight.

Police will be releasing new information in an appeal to help find those responsible for Ms Kawana’s death.

Ms Kawana, aged 46, from Porirua, was found deceased in a vacant property in Ruatoria on August 3.

Police believe her death was suspicious, and are determined to find the person or people responsible.

But they need the public’s help to provide vital information about Ms Kawana’s movements between Porirua, Hawke’s Bay and Ruatoria.

To find out what this new information is and how you can help, watch Police Ten 7 at 7.30pm tonight on TVNZ 2.

Police Ten 7 can also be watched on TVNZ 2 +1 an hour later.

The new information in relation to Ms Kawana’s death will also be shared on the Police Ten 7 and Police Facebook pages once the programme has screened.

Police believe the community can help them get answers for Ms Kawana’s family.

“Someone will know something and can help us bring this family some sense of closure in solving this crime,” said a police spokesperson.

Anyone with information is encouraged to call the Police Ten 7 information line on 0800 107 4636.

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