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Korean National Reported Missing

Korean National Reported Missing
New Zealand Police National News Release
4:26pm 16 June 2006

North Shore Police are seeking the assistance of the public in locating the present whereabouts of a 23 year old Korean man, who has gone missing from his home in Glenfield.

Senior Constable Paul Herman, says that Young Wook MA, aka Jack MA, a University student, was reported missing by his parents on Wednesday 14 June 2006. They last saw him at the family residence in Glenfield, on Monday morning 12 June 2006.

"Police are concerned for his safety, as his disappearance is completely out of character. He has left the house without money, credit cards or clothing. Our enquiries to locate this young man have so far been unsuccessful," Constable Herman said.

Police have released an image and description of the missing man:

NAME - Young Wook MA, aka Jack MA


Korean National

DOB 27/04/1983 - Age 23 years

176 cm tall

Medium build

Black hair

Clothing - Unknown.

If anyone has any sightings of this missing man, or any information on his whereabouts, please contact Senior Constable, Paul Herman on [09] 478 1717.


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