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North Shore: Missing male and female

NZ Police CommCens Alert 11:50 11-06-2006 North Shore Waitekere Rodney

Location of incident: North Shore

Incident Type: Media Release

Media Release

North Shore police are currently investigating the whereabouts of a male and female who are believed to be together on the North Shore.

Shanice Darby is a 13 year old female who went missing from the Birkenhead Santa Parade at about 2.40pm on Sunday 10 December 2006.

She is believed to be with her 15 boyfriend Samuel Lorenc.

Samuel left his home address on Sunday at about 12.00pm and has not been seen since.

Samuel is described as a light skin Maori,short brown hair,med-solid build,approx 165cm tall.He is believed to be wearing a black hat,black short sleeved tee shirt with the logo and writing " Tino Rangatiratanga" and blue "Dickies"shorts.

Both are missing and would have last been in the Birkenhead area at around 2.40 on Sunday 10 December 2006.

Any information regarding the whereabouts of either person,please contact North Shore Police on 09 488 6200,or your local Police station.


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