Friday, September 21, 2007

NEW ZEALAND POLICE MAKE GRISLY DISCOVERY IN THE BOOT OF A CAR IN AUCKLAND SUBURB

A grisly discovery was made by NZ police in the boot of a car in Auckland.

The body of little "Pumpkin's" mother has been found stashed in the boot of a car outside the family home.

The world saw the little unknown three year old Chinese girl at a Melbourne train station in Australia, after she had been abandoned by her father, an Auckland businessman and self proclaimed martial arts expert. She was dubbed "Pumpkin" because of her pumpkin patch clothing.

Her elder sister had recently rung Auckland police to inform them of her safety. Her mother had been missing since September 10.

What a very sad situation. Details will be given at a news conference when the identity of the woman has been confirmed.

The little girl' grandmother is coming out from China to collect her grand-daughter and take her back to China.

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2 comments:

DunTaxin' said...

Well it's all police & pumpkins!

Kiwi Riverman said...

And memories of a murdered mother.