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Paedophile Douglas Peters died in prison

October 09, 2013 at 3:47 PM

Sex offender Douglas Peters, 68 who preyed on young boys in West Auckland between the late 1970's and late 1980's has died of cancer in a Waikato prision, one day before sentencing.

Police are still encouraging other men who may have known about Peters' sexual assaults incidents on other boys in the Mt Albert West Auckland area in that period to come forward anyway. There are services available to help in any trauma counselling or other adverse effects they may have experienced from these sexual attacks.

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