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Concerns for missing woman in Auckland

Concerns for missing woman in Auckland

Police are concerned about the health, welfare, and current whereabouts of Aihua LIU, a 56 year old Asian female.

Aihua lives in the Epsom area and was last seen on 2nd of January 2013 near Dominion Road, Mt. Eden.

Aihua has not accessed any bank accounts since she was last seen, nor has she made contact with family members.

Aihua is not believed to be in possession of a motor vehicle.

It is not known what Aihua was wearing when she was last seen.

Aihua is described as being of solid build and 168cm height.

Anyone with information about Aihua should contact Sergeant Grant Harris at the Glen Innes Police on (09) 5241910 or call Police emergency on 111. Alternatively, call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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