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  •   Home > News > Law and Order

    Wellington Police want to hear from anyone who knows the movements of a local man found dead at his Strathmore Park home

    Wellington Police want to hear from anyone who knows the movements of a local man found dead at his Strathmore Park home


    Richard Wallace's body was discovered on Thursday last week.

    Detective Inspector Darrell Harpur says the 70-year-old had injuries and officers want to establish how these occurred.

    He says they particularly want to talk to anyone who visited Mr Wallace the night of Monday 19 July or in the day's after.

    His death is being treated as unexplained.

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