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Police never completed request to stop Joseph Parker leaving NZ during cocaine probe, Customs says – Stuff.co.nz

Police say Customs lifted a flag on boxer’s travel file allowing him to leave NZ before a warrant could be executed. But Customs disagrees.

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Police and Customs are at odds over how Joseph Parker was able to leave the country before a search warrant could be executed on his property, during an investigation into whether the boxer was involved in buying and supplying cocaine.
Documents revealed by Stuff last week showed the police claim Parker was able to fly after Customs removed an alert on the heavyweights international travel file.
But Customs disagrees. According to the border agency, there was never a flag to lift off Parkers travel…

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