3 South African Children Found Dead In New Zealand Home, Mother Is The Prime Suspect


New Zealand detectives have arrested the mother of three South African children .

This after we discovered them dead in their New Zealand home under unclear circumstances.

Lauren Dickason, 40, is facing a murder accusation. On Saturday morning, she will appear in Timaru District Court.

“We are seeking to reassure the people about this horrific incident.

It is a tragic, once-in-a-lifetime event that has never been documented.

There are no additional suspects being sought.”read the declaration

The scene investigation at the Queen Street address will continue.

Police will not make any further statements about this case because it is currently before the courts, “he stated

Three children recently moved to New Zealand with their parents before meeting their untimely death.

The youngsters — twin sisters Maya and Karl Dickson, 2, and their father, a physician, discovered their older sister Liane, 5.

Police initially stated that the twin girls were three years old and their sister was seven years old, but later clarified this in a statement.

Graham Dickason, the children’s father, allegedly arrived home on Thursday to find their bodies.

“Is this really happening?” neighbors exclaimed after hearing him scream.

According to the New Zealand Herald, they have apprehended a woman who is in a stable condition in hospital.

The arrested woman is the mother of the three dead, innocent angels.

The family appears to have arrived in New Zealand last month and spent barely a few days in the Timaru area.

Lunga Ngqengelele, a spokesperson for the Department of International Relations and Cooperation, confirmed that the incident had occurred.

“Regrettably, we still cannot disclose further at this moment because the inquiries are still underway,” he remarked.


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