Investigating a crime after someone has been convicted is a difficult task, but there are many ways that people can help us.
If you have any information regarding any aspect of the case, no matter how trivial, then please let us know.
Many people have difficulty remembering the date unless there is an event that reminds them. The bodies were found on Wednesday 30th August 2000, so we are particularly interested in events on that day and the previous day, Tuesday 29th August 2000.
In particular we would like to hear about:
The car parked outside 3 or 5 Hillcrest Drive around 7 - 7:15pm on 29-8-2000
If you visited the dairy or Fish & Chip shop in Rhodes Drive at 7 - 7:15pm on 29-8-2000
If you were jogging or saw someone jogging in Rhodes Drive at 7 - 7:15pm on 29-8-2000
If you know a man that drove a white/cream van in Kaimanawa St at 5 - 6 p.m. on 29-8-2000
If you know a man that would have carried a bucket and mops in the Palmerston North Hospital area at around 8:30 am on Monday 4-9-2000.
Speeding cars or unusual activity in Kelvin Grove on 29-8-2000 or 30-8-2000
A white car with a brown driver's door seen cruising the area - more information
If you walked along the Petone foreshore on 29-8-2000 between 5:30 & 6:30pm
If you made a statement to the Police that was not publicised in the newspapers
If you saw anyone with injuries or blood stains on clothing or in a vehicle
If you know of anyone that disposed of or washed clothing at an unusual time
If you have heard any rumours or conversations or "bragging" about the murders
If you have seen stained clothing or an axe type of weapon dumped somewhere
Can you identify HN6315? - click here for more details
Offers of financial support are welcome. A Trust Fund has been being established for this purpose. If you can help in this way please contact us.
Opinions and Theories
Your opinions and theories are welcome, provided they are not malicious or frivolous.
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Make your opinion known
It is important that this case is openly discussed and debated.
Please contact your newspaper, write a letter to the editor, email the editor etc
Write or email your local MP or the Ministry of Justice
Overseas people can contact the local New Zealand embassy
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