Takaka Police Seek Sightings Of Missing Woman
Title: Takaka Police Seek Sightings Of Missing
Takaka Police are seeking information
from the public as to the whereabouts of Rachel HAMILTON,
aged 50 years.
She was last seen late on Monday 7 January
in Takaka and Police and her family have concerns for her
Ms Hamilton was driving a purple Honda CRV,
registration CJQ712, which had a kayak on the roof.
is described as European with light brown hair and uses a
If you have seen Ms Hamilton, or know where
she may be, please contact Takaka Police, Ph 03 525 9211.
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