Prime minister Jacinda Ardern apologized in the New Zealand parliament compared to the next of kin of the murdered British tourist Grace Millane (22). “Your daughter was here safely, and that was not the case,” she said. ‘That I’m sorry.”
“In the name of New Zealand, I want to apologize towards the family of Grace,” said Ardern, who had her tears to stop. “There is a great sense of sadness and shame New Zealanders, that this is in our country could occur.”
Grace Millane disappeared on 1 december in Auckland, New Zealand. She was there on a trip as rugzaktoeriste. Security cameras explained how the young woman together with a man, the hotel entered. Since then, lacking any trace of the young lady. Sunday the police found a body in the near of Auckland’s Waitakere Ranges. The police assumes that the to Millane.
Meanwhile, a 26-year-old man arrested and brought before the court. He was questioned by the police, because he was in several places seen was with Millane. The man remains in prison until January, when the case occurs.
Her father traveled to New Zealand to give his daughter to find.