Mt Roskill homicide: Police continue appeals for second offender

Location:

Auckland City

Auckland City Police are warning those who may be helping Sam Junior Angelo Thomsen evade Police that they themselves may be liable to prosecution.

Members of the Operation Husky investigation team are continuing to seek the 42-year-old, who is also known as Angelo, as part of the homicide investigation into Brian James’ death.

Brian was shot and killed at a Glass Road, Mt Roskill address on the night of 23 December 2021.

Detective Inspector Scott Beard says Police believe there are friends and associates of Thomsen that are helping him evade Police.

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Mt Roskill homicide: Man charged with murder, Police seek second offender

Location:

Auckland City

Police investigating the homicide of Brian James, who was shot inside a Glass Rd, Mt Roskill address on 23rd December 2021, have made a significant breakthrough.

Auckland City detectives, with assistance from Hawkes Bay officers, have arrested and taken into custody a 33-year-old Auckland man, who was located at a Napier address overnight.

The man has been charged with the murder of Brian James and has also been charged with Wounding With Intent to Injure in relation to two other victims of the alleged attack.

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Fatal house fire, Avondale

Location:

Auckland City

Police can confirm that one person has died following a house fire in Avondale overnight.

Emergency services were notified of the fire on Blockhouse Bay Road just after midnight.

Surrounding residents were evacuated as a precaution and sadly one person was located deceased inside the property.

Police are currently working with Fire and Emergency NZ investigators to determine the cause of the fire.

ENDS.

Jarred Williamson/NZ Police
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/fatal-house-fire-avondale

Operation Husky – Mt Roskill homicide update

Location:

Auckland City

A significant police presence remains at the scene of a fatal shooting on Glass Road in Mt Roskill as the homicide investigation continues into the death of a man.

The man, aged 23, died as a result of a gunshot wound injury after two armed offenders are reported to have entered the address shortly before 9.30pm last night.

Four occupants were inside the address at the time.

One of the offenders was armed with a firearm while the second offender was armed with a machete.
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/operation-husky-%E2%80%93-mt-roskill-homicide-update

Operation Husky – Mt Roskill homicide update

Location:

Auckland City

A post mortem is underway today for the 23-year-old victim of Thursday’s Mt Roskill homicide.

Over 20 Police staff are continuing with enquiries today including the ongoing Glass Road scene examination and a local area canvas.

“It’s Christmas Day and a family is grieving, and a community is distressed because of what has happened in their neighbourhood,” says Detective Inspector Scott Beard.

“Despite it being a holiday, the investigation team is committed to understanding what occurred and identifying who is responsible.”
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/operation-husky-%E2%80%93-mt-roskill-homicide-update-0

UPDATE: Operation Husky – Mt Roskill Homicide

Location:

Auckland City

Police can now release the name of the victim of Thursday’s Mt Roskill homicide.

He was Brian James, aged 23, of Auckland.

A post mortem has been completed and Brian’s body is now back with his whānau.

The Police investigation into Brian’s death is ongoing with the Glass Road scene examination and area canvas continuing today.

“A key focus for us is understanding exactly why our three victims were targeted,” says Detective Inspector Scott Beard.
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-operation-husky-mt-roskill-homicide

Operation Husky – Mt Roskill homicide update

Location:

Auckland City

A significant police presence remains at the scene of a fatal shooting on Glass Road in Mt Roskill as the homicide investigation continues into the death of a man.

The man, aged 23, died as a result of a gunshot wound injury after two armed offenders are reported to have entered the address shortly before 9.30pm last night.

Four occupants were inside the address at the time.

One of the offenders was armed with a firearm while the second offender was armed with a machete.
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/operation-husky-%E2%80%93-mt-roskill-homicide-update

Operation Husky – Mt Roskill homicide update

Location:

Auckland City

A post mortem is underway today for the 23-year-old victim of Thursday’s Mt Roskill homicide.

Over 20 Police staff are continuing with enquiries today including the ongoing Glass Road scene examination and a local area canvas.

“It’s Christmas Day and a family is grieving, and a community is distressed because of what has happened in their neighbourhood,” says Detective Inspector Scott Beard.

“Despite it being a holiday, the investigation team is committed to understanding what occurred and identifying who is responsible.”
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/operation-husky-%E2%80%93-mt-roskill-homicide-update-0

UPDATE: Operation Husky – Mt Roskill Homicide

Location:

Auckland City

Police can now release the name of the victim of Thursday’s Mt Roskill homicide.

He was Brian James, aged 23, of Auckland.

A post mortem has been completed and Brian’s body is now back with his whānau.

The Police investigation into Brian’s death is ongoing with the Glass Road scene examination and area canvas continuing today.

“A key focus for us is understanding exactly why our three victims were targeted,” says Detective Inspector Scott Beard.
More : https://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/update-operation-husky-mt-roskill-homicide