Beanie and ute could be key to finding woman's killers

6:13 pm on 19 January 2017

Police investigating the death of Upper Hutt woman Lois Tolley have released a series of photos of items of interest connected to her killers.

Police investigating the death of Upper Hutt woman Lois Tolley have released a series of photos of items of interest connected to her killers.

Police would like to know who owns this white ute, which was seen on Ward Street in Upper Hutt in December. Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

The 30-year-old was stabbed and shot at point-blank range in her home at Ward Street on 10 December.

Four men are being sought, although police say one or more women might have been involved.

They have released photos of a ute and some clothing and want to know who owns them.

They said the ute was parked in Ward Street the day before Ms Tolley was killed, and was seen being driven past the scene at the time of the killing.

View the full description of the suspects on the police website

Police investigating the death of Upper Hutt woman Lois Tolley have released a series of photos of items of interest connected to her killers.

This beanie is among the items of clothing of interest. Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

Police have released photos of a ute and some clothing and want to know who owns them.

Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

Police have released photos of a ute and some clothing and want to know who owns them.

Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

Police have released photos of a ute and some clothing and want to know who owns them.

Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

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