Missing Upper Hutt resident may be in the South Island
Missing Upper Hutt resident may be in the South
Hutt Valley Police are trying to find David
Walter Frederick COLDICUTT who was last seen in Upper Hutt
on 21 November 2012.
Police are seeking any sightings of
the 44 year old or his blue/grey Nissan Serena car,
Senior Sergeant Jason McCarthy says
"David's family and friends are very worried about
"He has not touched his bank accounts or contacted
any of his friends for two weeks now.
"David had mentioned
that he might head down to the South Island to visit a
friend but Police inquiries haven't been unable to confirm
this" says Senior Sergeant McCarthy.
Police and David's
family would like to hear from David or anyone who might
have seen him.
Anyone with any information should contact
Hutt Valley Police on 04 560 2600 or provide information
anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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