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Police investigating pregnant woman Sonam Shelar's "unexplained" death say two of her cellphones were found in the water at Island Bay on Saturday, the day she was reported missing by her husband. The scene examination at Island Bay has completed and a search is continuing at White Rock Beach, where her body was found on Tuesday. McKee said Sonam Shelar's death was being treated as unexplained, as opposed to a homicide. An autopsy had been completed but police would not divulge specific details of the findings, McKee said.
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They were waiting for forensic analysis to determine the cause of death. Sonam Shelar lived with her husband Sagar and about "three of four other people" in a shared residential address in Khandallah, McKee said.
She was last seen by her housemates on Friday, and by her husband on Saturday morning. They had to come out of the ocean, walk some three kilometres We are providing support to them. Sonam's husband Sagar Shelar said police have asked him for passcodes to two phones yesterday.
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One of the phones was an iPhone X, which is waterproof. Sagar Shelar told Stuff the other phone was "not working", which made him presume it had been in the water. Sonam's body was found by surfers at White Rock Beach on Tuesday. Police are investigating whether her body may have entered the water at Island Bay in Wellington. Meanwhile the India-based family of pregnant Wellington woman Sonam Shelar, whose body was found washed up on a remote beach, are scrambling to make arrangements to travel to New Zealand.
Police are due to release more details at an 11am press conference today into the death of Sonam, who was reported missing five days ago by her husband from their Khandallah home. An autopsy was completed yesterday but police were holding off making comments about her cause of death until they had received the results. Police divers were searching the sea off Wellington's Island Bay yesterday for clues as to how Sonam Shelar had entered the water.
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Patkar said some family members had expired passports and they were having issues with paperwork. They hoped for at least one family member to travel to New Zealand as soon as possible, he said. A Wairarapa farmer said yesterday the body was found by members of the public on the shore several kilometres south of the white rock that the beach is named for.
He said police from Carterton arrived within an hour after the body was reported. The remote area can be reached from a winding, narrow gravel road, crowded with loose sheep, cows and hares. The bumpy trip takes 45 minutes to an hour after turning off from Martinborough, and comes out to an isolated black sand beach hemmed by sharp peaks rising into the low cloud.
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The farmer who runs the station said the body was found much further down the shore on his neighbour's private land, at Ngapotiki Station. The station is blocked off with a locked gate - and anybody heading that way who didn't have a key would have to walk, he said.
Due to the harsh conditions and access issues, this part of the country is rarely visited, except by keen surfers and hunters looking for adventure. Sonam moved to New Zealand in April after marrying husband Sagar Shelar in December last year, and was five months' pregnant at the time of her disappearance. Sagar said yesterday he had been contacted by police about the body of a pregnant woman being found on White Rock beach.