Police investigating after blood found

Police want to hear from anyone who was at an address in East Tamaki where blood was located on March 20. File photo supplied

Police are working to identify and locate a person injured at an east Auckland address but who left before officers arrived at the scene.

A police spokesperson says investigators are appealing for witnesses to an incident in Lady Fisher Place, East Tamaki, in the early hours of March 20, to make contact.

“Police were called to a report of a person being injured at an address in Lady Fisher Place at about 1.40am.

“No persons were present on police arrival, but an amount of blood was located at the address.

“A scene examination is under way to establish what has occurred.

“Police have concerns for the injured party.”

In an update issued on Monday morning, the spokesperson says the investigation into the incident is ongoing.

“Police still have concerns for the injured party.

“We urge anyone who was at or near the address, or anyone who has information, to contact police.”

Police say they want to hear from anyone who was present at the address in Lady Fisher Place in the evening of March 19 or who has information that can assist their enquiries.

People can phone police on 105, quoting file number 220320/3367, or Counties Manukau Police crime squad on 09 261 1321, or the free and anonymous Crimestoppers tip-off line on 0800 555 111.