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The Murder Investigation of Trevor Heath - EXCLUSIVE
On the 25th June 1999 in the Tararua Ranges north of Wellington, a body was discovered with a single gunshot wound. The body was identified through fingerprints as that of Trevor Heath (aka Terri King) aged 31 years. He had been shot in the head.
Crime.co.nz have met and talked with family members of Trevor Heath. With their agreement and support we now offer our readers an insight into the young man, whose name has made headlines through the most tragic of circumstances, his own murder.

We wish to thank Ray and Elaine Heath for sharing their memories of Trevor as a loved son and brother. We have seen their pain and the courage this has taken and hope that their stories will balance media reports that tend to only concentrate on the negat
I don't believe he deserved to die the way he did. Ray Heath
ive.


The family was very upset to find that most of Trevor's personal and work-related possessions had been taken from his residence after his murder by persons unknown.
They send out a personal plea for anyone that has these items to return them. Most of his work possessions were marked with the initials KGC and his personal possessions, of little value to those outside of the family, and of great value to the family, can be returned anonymously to the following address:

Disabled Resources Trust
Kennedy Good Centre
Woburn Road
Lower Hutt

A father grieves - Ray Heath speaks about Trevor
In an exclusive interview with Ray Heath, father of Trevor Heath, he speaks out about his son's life and family.  read story...
A Tribute to my brother, Trevor Heath
Trevor Heath's sister, Elaine, remembers her brother in her own words.   read story...
Background to the case
Trevor Heath was reported missing on the 12th of April 1999, after failing to return from a trip to the Wairarapa. The victim had borrowed a mate's car and had not been seen since.  read story...

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On the 25th June 1999, in the Tararua Ranges, the body of Trevor Heath (aka Terri King) was found with a single gunshot wound. Police have announced that a person has been charged with the murder.

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