For about three to four years, the bodies of five to ten-year-old children were kept in suitcases.
It is difficult for the police to gather information due to the dead body being three to four years old.
The family that bought the suitcase at the auction has moved out of Auckland since the incident
auckland, The bodies of two young children have been found in two suitcases bought at an auction in New Zealand. According to a report in Daily Mail, a family from Manurewa in South Auckland had put up a bid for the auction on August 11. He got the suitcase in the first bid. In which the bodies of two children have been recovered.
New Zealand Police’s Detective Inspector Tofilou Famanuia Waailua said on Thursday that police believe the bodies of five to 10-year-olds were kept in suitcases for about three to four years. Both of these suitcases are one size fits all. According to the police, the family who bought the goods from the storage unit is not involved in the incident in any way.
Let us tell you that the family had placed an online bid on the contents of the storage locker. In these bids, buyers were not allowed to view the material prior to the auction. In such a situation, the bidding is done keeping in view the external nature of the goods. Many big TV shows have also been made on such auctions. The police officer further said that CCTV analysis will be done, but they are finding it very difficult as the body is three to four years old. The children have not been identified at this time.
children’s toys found in suitcase
People present at the spot told local media that children’s toys were also present in the suitcase. The family that bought the suitcase at the auction has moved out of Auckland since the incident. Police say that this family was not involved in the incident in any way. The family was shocked to see the dead body.
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First Published: August 18, 2022, 12:10 IST