South African police were "very surprised" by the suggestion Reeva Steenkamp may have been mistaken for a burglar before she was shot dead at the home of Oscar Pistorius, a spokeswoman has said.
Brigadier Denise Beukes told reporters near the scene: "These allegations did not come from us."
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