New Zealand Police have identified the remains

The discovery was made by a family who bought a trailer loaded with loose items from a warehouse. Children would die between the ages of five and ten.

By Le Figaro with AFP

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The Manukau Provincial Police Station is investigating. David Rowland/AFP

New Zealand police said on Friday, August 26 that the New Zealand police have identified the remains of the two children who were found dead in bags sold at auction, but their names will not be made public at the request of their families.

Detective Inspector Tovilau Famanuya Valua said the authorities had decided not to release any information that could reveal the identity of the children. Police continue to investigate the deaths that have rocked New Zealand since the bodies were found in suitcases two weeks ago.

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It took, for this shocking discovery, a family to buy a trailer loaded with items sold in bulk at a warehouse. According to the police, the children died between the ages of five and ten. New Zealand police say the family behind the discovery has nothing to do with the children’s deaths. On Monday, police in Seoul, South Korea, said they had found a woman believed to be a relative of the two dead children. Seoul police said she arrived in South Korea in 2018 and there is no indication she has left the area since then.

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