Second vehicle of interest to police

TALIA SHADWELL
Last updated 05:00 09/12/2013
Police have released this photo of a brown Toyota Corona sedan as part of their inquiry into the murder of Miramar mother Mei Fan.
NZ POLICE

Seeking sightings: Police have released this photo of a brown Toyota Corona sedan as part of their inquiry into the murder of Miramar mother Mei Fan.

Mei Fan and Tani Hoyhtya
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Mei Fan and Tani Hoyhtya

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Police have released an image of a second vehicle of interest in their investigation into the murder of Miramar mother-of-two Mei Fan.

No charges have yet been laid in relation to the killing of 37-year-old Fan, who was found dead at her Brussels St home in Miramar on November 10.

Her funeral was held in Wellington last Monday.

Police had previously appealed for sightings of Fan's red 2005 Honda Fit hatchback, registration GSL128, on the day of her killing, thought to be November 8, two days before her body was found.

Now the investigation has turned its focus to a brown Toyota Corona sedan, which is missing its passenger-side front hub cap, seen in Miramar the day the mother-of-two was killed.

Police are appealing for any sightings of the vehicle in the Miramar area, or anywhere else in Wellington, on November 8, which was the last day Fan was seen alive.

The police now had information that the vehicle was in the Miramar area on the day of Fan's death and they were appealing for any sightings of it, Detective Senior Sergeant John van den Heuvel said.

"We're not making any assumptions as to who was driving the vehicle so we are also interested in any information about the occupants, what they were doing and what were they wearing," he added.

Anyone with any information should phone the number for the Operation Brussels inquiry, which is 0800 348 348.

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