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Jobsheet of Interviews by police detectives Hutton, Hughes, Toothill, and Charles, of Arthur Allen Thomas and Lenard Demler.

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From: Marianne Woollin

Dear New Zealand Police,
I would like to request the recordings from interviews of both Arthur Allen Thomas and Lenard Demler, from the detectives on the case of murdered Jeanette Crewe and Harvey Crewe. Partially these dates:
- 26th of June 1970, detective inspector Hutton interviewing Lenard Demler.
- 2nd of July 1970, detective sergeant Hughes interviewing Arthur Allen Thomas.
- 5th of July 1970, Lenard Demlers statement of his movement to detective sergeant Hughes.
- 8th of July 1970, examination of Lenard Demler by detective Parkes and Dr. Nelson.
- 9th of July 1970, Detective Toothills recording of the search of the garage.
- 17th of September 1970, the Exhibit Register records of the wire samples.
- 18th of September 1970, detective sergeant Toothills interview of Arthur Allen Thomas of the envelope.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully,
Marianne Woollin.

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New Zealand Police

Hello Marianne

I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act1982 (OIA) request
for the information below.
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the OIA.

 

Ngā mihi

 

Ministerial Services

Police National Headquarters

 

 

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From: LYNCH, David
New Zealand Police

Good Afternoon Marianne

 

This request was assigned to Detective Sergeant McPherson. I understand
that she assessed that a substantial amount of work and time is involved
to process this request and that Police will likely charge for it. I am
unsure as to whether DSgt McPherson has communicated with you and provided
an estimate of how much it will cost to process this request.
Unfortunately she has suffered the bereavement of a close family member
and I am unable to confirm with her whether she has been in communication
with you or not until she comes back to work.

 

In any event, the request is due tomorrow so I am advising you of an
extension to the due date of this request.

 

If D/Sgt McPherson has not yet done so, the first communication you will
receive is an estimate of the cost that will be charged for the request to
be processed. This communication will be sent to you by  7 June. That will
also detail what a timeframe is for the data to be retrieved and reviewed
and a response prepared.

 

You have the right to complain to the Ombudsman about the notification of
an extension.

 

Regards

 

 

Dave Lynch

Detective Superintendent: Northern
National Operations: Investigations Group

Police National Headquarters (Auckland)

 

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Subject: RE: Official Information request - Jobsheet of Interviews by
police detectives Hutton, Hughes, Toothill, and Charles, of Arthur Allen
Thomas and Lenard Demler.

 

Hello Marianne

I acknowledge receipt of your Official Information Act1982 (OIA) request
for the information below.
Your request is being actioned pursuant to the OIA.

Ngā mihi

Ministerial Services

Police National Headquarters

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From: Marianne Woollin

Dear LYNCH, David,
Thank you for your investigation so far, but I no longer need this information anymore.

Yours sincerely,

Marianne Woollin

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