Identity sought Grey Lynn
Location: Grey Lynn
District: Auckland City
Police seek the public's assistance in
identifying a young female who was located wandering on
Great North Road, Grey Lynn at about 2.00pm this afternoon.
Due to an intellectual disability this female is only
able to give her name as Mary. She is described as being an
18 year old Polynesian with curly black hair and of solid
build, approx 5' 8".
She is wearing a pink t-shirt with
the "Coca Cola" trademark across the front and fawn coloured
pants. Can anyone with information that can assist police in
returning Mary home please contact the Northern
Communication Centre on 09 5712800.
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