Arrest made in Pt England, Auckland homicide case as police investigate fatal shooting

A man has been arrested in Auckland as a police homicide investigation continues into a shooting over the weekend.

Police launched an investigation after a man died following several reports of disorder and sounds of gunshots at Taurima Reserve in Point England on Saturday.

In an update on Tuesday, police said a Glen Innes home was searched earlier in the day and detectives arrested a 28-year-old for breaching his electronically monitored bail. Police said this man was at the scene of Saturday's violence.

"This is by no means the end of the matter, and we anticipate further arrests and charges as our investigation progresses," said Detective Inspector Glenn Baldwin of Auckland City CIB.

"Our investigation team is determined and are continuing to piece together the facts and are committed to holding those responsible to account."

The investigation team are also continuing to make good progress in reviewing CCTV footage, police said. They urge anyone with footage to get in touch and assist their investigation.

"The footage we have received so far has been benefitted our enquiries to date and I ask anyone that can assist us, to please come forward," Det Insp Baldwin said.

Meanwhile, the post-mortem for the man who died at Auckland City Hospital has been completed and his body returned to family.

People with information to assist with the investigation are asked to contact Police on 105 quoting the file number 230805/0100 or by going online here.

Information can also be provided anonymously on 0800 555 111 via Crime Stoppers.