Body found in central Invercargill confirmed as Raymond Horn’s

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A post-mortem has confirmed that a body found in a wooded area of central Invercargill last week is that of missing man Raymond Horn.

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Raymond Horn. Photo: Supplied / NZ police

The 68-year-old, who had dementia, went missing from his central Invercargill home on 15 February.

Police used a drone to map and search areas east of Queens Park 10 days later.

His body was found on 26 March near Bill Richardson Drive.

Detective Sergeant Mark McCloy said the death was not being treated as suspicious and would be referred to the Coroner.


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