The house where Wainuiomata woman Janet Moses died has been demolished.
Nine family members have been charged with the manslaughter of the 22-year-old after she died two months ago during a curse lifting ceremony known as makatu lifting.
A Wainuiomata resident says he drove past the Wellington Road house on Thursday afternoon and it was just a pile of rubble with a few cars in the driveway and a number of people standing around.
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He says there was no evidence of cranes or other demolition equipment.
Detective Senior Sergeant Ross Levy says the demolition has had nothing to do with police.
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