Family and friends of a 75-year-old man shot and killed at his Auckland home on Sunday are still in shock as they come to terms with his sudden death, Stuff reports. Peter Rasmussen was at his Princes St East home in Ōtāhuhu late on Sunday evening when he was killed around 9pm. Rasmussen had lived in the home he died in for more than 30 years, and had become a pillar of the community. He was born and raised in Ōtāhuhu and was made a life member of the Ōtāhuhu Rovers Rugby League Football Club, where he both played and coached for much of his life.
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