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Emma Still Missing, Silver Vehicle Sought

Emma Still Missing, Silver Vehicle Sought


New Zealand Police National News Release
1:37pm 17 November 2007

Emma Agnew, a 20 year old profoundly deaf woman, is still missing in Christchurch since leaving a friend's house last Thursday morning.

Emma was last seen at about 10.15 am last Thursday morning when she left a friend's house to go to work at the Deaf Association where she was expected at 10.30am. She never arrived.

Emma's car was later found burnt out at Bromley Park (Pages Road/ McGregors Road) at 9.45pm on Thursday evening.

Emma was last seen wearing black flared trousers and a navy blue 'hoody' top.

Detective Inspector Tom Fitzgerald says that police are very interested to identify a silver Japanese car seen in and around the area of Bromley Park on Thursday evening between 9-10pm.

"It was parked very close and traveling around the Bromley Park area," Detective Inspector Fitzgerald says.

Anyone with any information about the vehicle and Emma is asked to contact Christchurch Police immediately.

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