Police reveal CCTV footage and photos from murder investigation of Lois Tolley video

Lois Tolley was murdered in her home on December 9, 2016.
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Lois Tolley was murdered in her home on December 9, 2016.

New CCTV footage showing four men leaving Lois Tolley's home in Upper Hutt the night she was murdered has been aired on Police Ten 7.

The footage, shown on TV2 on Thursday, reportedly shows the men leaving Tolley's Ward St address on the night of December 9. The group includes one man who hung back from the others.

Police have said this man is visibly distressed, and has called out to the other fleeing men in remorse. The footage can be seen at the Police Ten 7 Facebook page.

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This silver Mazda 6 was seen on the night Tolley was killed.

It was tracked from Stokes Valley to the Upper Hutt area on December 9, 2016.

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Two new vehicles of interest have also been identified by police – a silver Mazda 6, and a sliver Nissan Stagea.

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Both vehicles were tracked from Stokes Valley in Lower Hutt to the Upper Hutt area on the night Tolley was killed.

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This silver Nissan Stagea was also seen on the night of the murder.

Anyone with information can contact the Operation Archer team on (04) 527 2300.

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"We urge anyone who may recognise the vehicles shown tonight on the show, or those who are in the CCTV footage, to contact the Operation Archer team," Detective Senior Sergeant Glen Barnett said.

"Your calls will be treated in confidence, and any information, no matter how small, will be welcomed by in the investigating team."

Police said there is a still a dedicated team working hard on the case, determined to find those responsible.

Anyone with information can contact the Operation Archer team on (04) 527 2300. Information can also be provided via the Police Ten 7 show or anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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