Kiwi’s remains buried in Tonga, death not suspicious

The death of New Zealand visitor to Tonga Mr. Gregory Paul Reynolds, 47, is not being treated as suspicious, according to police.

His  remains have been buried at the Telekava Cemetery on Friday 29 April, at the wishes of his family.

Missing Kiwi
Gregory Paul Reynolds

Police said Mr. Reynolds, a guest at Liku’alofa Resort was last seen in the morning of Thursday 7 April 2016 (same day as Cyclone Zena).

Mr. Reynolds was reported missing to the Police on Friday 8 April, when he failed to report for his courtesy van transfer to the airport.

Mr. Reynolds body was discovered by accident on Sunday 24 April 2016 in dense undergrowth by two staff from Liku’alofa.

Tonga Police have conveyed their condolences to Mr. Reynolds family in New Zealand.

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