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Serious Concerns Held for Missing Feilding Man

Serious Concerns Held for Missing Feilding Man
New Zealand Police National News Release
4:20pm 25 February 2008

Police have serious concerns about the disappearance of Feilding man, Bevan William Wright.

Mr Wright is a 43 year old male Maori with short hair, he is approximately 174cm tall and of medium build.

Detective Sergeant Kevin Anstis of Feilding Police said Mr Wright was dropped at his home by his employer on January 9th and has not been seen or heard of since then.

He has not made contact with his family, friends or employer or touched his bank accounts since that date. As time goes by we are increasingly concerned about his safety.

Mr Wright had been living in Feilding but is originally from the Pahiatua area and has also been working and living in the South Island.

Mr Wright is employed as a shearer and has previously worked on commercial fishing boats.

Mr Anstis said Police would like to hear from Mr Wright or anyone who has information that may assist Police in locating him.

Any one with any information can free phone Palmerston North Police on 0800 808 585.


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