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Emma Still Missing

Emma Still Missing

New Zealand Police National News Release

19 November 2007

Police are still seeking to identify a silver Japanese car seen in the area around Bromley Park where missing Christchurch woman Emma Agnew's car was found last Thursday evening.

Detective Inspector Tom Fitzgerald says that it's believed there was some sort of emblem on the back window of the silver car.

"We've been told the emblem was black, fairly large and possibly a V shape or similar," he says.

Emma has not been seen since Thursday when she failed to arrive at the Deaf Association where she worked.

Her two cell phones and other personal belongings are still missing.

Tom Fitzgerald says that police have established who all the people are whom Emma texted that morning and have interviewed a number of people. "We're now making inquiries to corroborate statements," he says.

Anyone with information re Emma or the movements of her red Mazda or the identity of the silver car is asked to contact Christchurch Police phone 363 7400 immediately.


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