New Zealand bidding on the remains of two children in suitcases

New Zealand bidding on the remains of two children in suitcases

The remains of two children, believed to be of school age, were discovered in some suitcases auctioned at an Auckland warehouse. This was announced by the New Zealand police. According to Inspector Tofilau Faamanuia Vaaelua, it is possible that the bodies remained in the depot for several years and that the victims were initially estimated to be between five and ten years old.

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Police officers will now work to review all hypotheses of the case and try to identify the remains found in the suitcases. An attempt should be made to reconstruct what happened from the moment of discovery to the dynamics of the murder. For this reason, too, the analyzes will take some time, but according to the first reconstructions, it seems that the children died some time ago.