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Still No Sightings Of Marie Davis

Still No Sightings Of Marie Davis

New Zealand Police National News Release

3:57pm 12 April 2008

"The whereabouts of Marie DAVIS is still unknown" says Detective Senior Sergeant Virginia Le Bas. There have been no confirmed sightings of her nor has she contacted family or friends.

Police are continuing to explore all possibilities into her disappearance. Police staff are continuing to speak to people known to have some association with Maria.

"We are thankful for the assistance provided by the public" says Detective Senior Sergeant Virginia Le Bas. "I would ask people to think about Maria's disappearance, and if they have any information please pass it on to the police".

All calls on possible sightings of Maria are being followed up but there have been no confirmed sightings of her.

Concerns for Maria's safety grow the longer she is missing. A police team of twenty staff are working on this investigation. Calls can be made to the Christchurch Police (03) 363 7400


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