Police Seek French Tourists' Whereabouts
Police Seek French Tourists' Whereabouts:
Orewa Police are
seeking the whereabouts of two female French tourists who
are presently travelling in New Zealand.
Rose LUCE and her
twin sister Evelyn LUCE arrived in Auckland on Thursday 8
November 2012. Police wish to make contact with the two
women so that their lost property can be collected before
they return home.
Police believe the twins may be staying
at hostels, backpackers or motels while in New Zealand.
Anyone who has knowledge of their whereabouts is requested
to call Orewa Police on 09 426 4555.
Note: The family name
of the two French women is pronounced as LOOSE:
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