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Teenage Girl Missing In Mount Albert

Teenage Girl Missing In Mount Albert

New Zealand Police National News Release

14 April 2008

Henderson Police are appealing to the public for sightings of a 13 year old female who has been reported missing from her home in the Auckland suburb of Mount Albert.

DEHAR / Aria Bailey, was last seen by her mother at 8.00am on Monday 7 April 2008 as she was leaving her address to walk to school. The 13 year old teenager is a student at Mount Albert Grammar. She was reported missing to Police on Wednesday 10 April 2008. Routine enquiries have been ongoing.

Police say while her disappearance is not considered to be suspicious at this time, they are concerned that she has not made contact with any family members in the past week. The missing student is described as:

DEHAR / Aria Bailey

DOB 14/05/1994 - Aged 13 years.

Student at Mount Albert Grammar

Female - Maori / European

Hazel eyes - solid build - 165 cm tall - long dark brown hair

Has a small birth mark on the left side of her neck.

Last seen wearing her school uniform - navy pants - light blue top with navy strip on collar, black school shoes

Anyone who has sighted this missing teenager or has information on her present whereabouts is asked to contact the Henderson Police CIU on 09 839 0600.

ENDS

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