Bodies of 2 Children Found in Unclaimed Luggage in New Zealand!
Body parts of two children were discovered in suitcases sold after a clearance auction in New Zealand.
Unclaimed luggage is often sold to the highest bidder in clearance auctions. In New Zealand, the homicide squad is now investigating the contents of suitcases purchased from one of these auctions. After the body parts of 2 Children we’re discovered inside the auctioned luggage.
Body parts of two children were discovered in suitcases sold after a clearance auction in New Zealand. After the discovery last week, the first autopsies were carried out, according to police in New Zealand.
“It was extremely shocking news, the bodies of the two children have been in the suitcases for several years. They were between five and ten years old when they died.”Commissioner Tofilau Faamanuia Vaaelua stated in a press conference on Thursday.
There are still “many unanswered questions” about the circumstances of the childrens death.
The identity of the children can only be determined after a complete autopsy and DNA tests.
Regarding the finding of the dead children in the suitcases, Vaaelua said the fact that so much time had elapsed between the deaths and the discovery of the bodies weighed on the investigation. However, the investigators made “great progress in DNA analysis”.
The police also hope that the items auctioned off with the suitcases will provide clues to clarifying the case. In addition, recordings from surveillance cameras are being evaluated.
Investigators also thoroughly searched the warehouse where the suitcases were kept and the family home where they were taken after the auction, police said.
According to information from local newspapers, a family in southern Auckland bought the suitcases during a warehouse clearance last week. The family is not suspected of being involved beyond discovering the grizzly contents of their purchase.
Investigators consider it very likely the children’s relatives can be found in New Zealand.
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