Killed by pirates: Flowers released in memory of Kiwi dad

By: Ben Leahy

The family of a Kiwi man killed by pirates in Panama have released “beautiful yellow flowers” into the Caribbean Sea in a memorial to the much loved husband, son and brother.

Alan Culverwell, 60, died last week when pirates shot him at close range after using the cover of darkness to board his family’s boat, the Aqua Lobo.

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Source: nzherald.co.nz

Location of Panama incident, via IMB.
Location of Panama incident, via IMB.

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