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Homicide In Torbay


Homicide In Torbay

North Shore Police confirm that their enquiries into the whereabouts of a missing Torbay woman have been upgraded to a homicide investigation.

Bin “Cissy” Chen was reported missing by her partner on Monday 5 November 2012. P0lice Search and Rescue did an extensive search of the Long Bay reserve. Deodar and Eagle provided further assistance with a coastal and air search. There have been no public sightings of Cissy.

Acting Detective Senior Sergeant Megan Goldie of the North Shore CIB who is leading the investigation says a forensic examination has commenced at an address in Torbay and a man is assisting police with this investigation.

“If anyone has information on the whereabouts of Bin Cissy CHEN we urge them to call Police on Operation WAIAU - 08000 CISSY,” [08000 24779] she said.

The public can also call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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