Article Title:Name suppression lifted in Hunt case
Category:New Zealand Daily News
Author or News Staff
Published on:4th August 2004 - 12:00 pm
Story ID:2458
Text:Police want to know more about the teenager accused of murdering 55-year-old stamp collector Robert Hunt in a frenzied stabbing attack at his home earlier this month. Name suppression was lifted when 18-year-old Dickie Faisauvale appeared in the Auckland District Court yesterday. He now faces charges of murder, aggravated robbery in addition to stealing Hunt's car. Police say they want to hear from anyone who knew Faisauvale or what he had been doing before Mr Hunt died on 10 July. Faisauvale will next appear in court on the 10 September.    
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