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Baby Ru homicide investigation: Police search for hard drive

The type of hard drive that police are seeking in relation to the homicide investigation relating to Ruthless-Empire Ahipene-Wall, known as Baby Ru.

The type of hard drive that police are seeking in relation to the homicide investigation relating to Ruthless-Empire, known as Baby Ru.
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Police want to find a hard drive used to record CCTV footage from the property where Lower Hutt Baby Ru lived and may have suffered fatal injuries.

Ruthless-Empire. Baby Ru.

Ruthless-Empire
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Ruthless-Empire, known as Baby Ru, died on 22 October after being taken to Hutt Hospital in an unresponsive state.

In a statement, Detective Inspector Nick Pritchard said the hard drive was Provision-ISR NVR5-8200PX+ DVR branded.

They also want more information about a light-coloured Nissan Sentra with the registration TE6972, which is believed to have been used to remove critical evidence from the Taita address.

Sightings of the vehicle on the morning of Sunday 22 October, through to the afternoon of Tuesday 24 October are of particular interest.

Anyone with information about the hard drive or the vehicle should contact police on 105 quoting file number 231022/1708 or anonymously via Crime Stoppers.

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