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Sightings of missing woman sought

Sightings of missing woman sought

Police are seeking the assistance of the public for sightings of 51 year old Michelle Hoffman–Tamm.

Michelle is also known as Mich.

The last confirmed sighting we have is when Michelle left her home address in Rotorua, on her bicycle in the late afternoon of Wednesday 7 November 2012.

Her bike is described as a ladies ‘mountain’ type bike, coloured red. It is believed that she was not wearing a helmet when she left.

There are reports of seeing her in the vicinity of the West End Shops on Old Taupo Road, around 6pm on Wednesday evening.

Michelle is described as a female Caucasian, approximately 5 foot tall, of medium build. She currently has short dark hair.

Michelle is currently on medication for a non-life threatening condition. This condition could worsen without medication.

Family and friends are concerned as it is unusual that Michelle has not contacted them. Police are appealing to the public for information about the whereabouts of Michelle or her bike.

Anyone with information relevant to this investigation is asked to contact Rotorua Police on 3499400.

Media enquiries should be referred to Detective Sergeant Richard Lang of Rotorua Police.
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