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Mother & Child Missing In West Auckland

Mother & Child Missing In West Auckland

A West Auckland mother and her child whose present whereabouts are unknown is causing mounting concern.

Toni REIHANA aged 41 years and her daughter Keyana REIHANA aged three years have not been in contact with agencies since the beginning of November.

• Toni REIHANA is described as Maori, 162 cm tall, slim to medium build.

• Keyana is described as Maori with fair complexion and brown hair.

Police believe Ms REIHANA may be in hiding in West Auckland or visiting extended family in the Hokiänga region. There is increasing concern for her welfare and the well being of her daughter. Multiple enquiries have failed to locate the pair.

Police are urgently seeking their whereabouts and ask anyone who has knowledge of any recent movements or sightings to contact Constable Alison Wilson at Henderson Police on 09 839 0608 or call Crime Stoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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