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Waikato Police seek sightings of missing man or his vehicle

Waikato Police seek sightings of missing man or his vehicle

Concerned for the wellbeing of a Hamilton man reported missing overnight, Police are appealing for sightings of both him and his vehicle.

Constable Paul Helwig of the Hamilton Enquiries Section said 48-year-old Paul HARRISON of was reported missing to Police by family shortly after 11pm yesterday.

"He had left home about 7.30am for what family believed was for work however when he failed to come home they became concerned and on contacting his employer, they found he hadn't arrived at work that day.

"As a result of this we are appealing for sightings of Paul, or his white 1999 model Mitsubishi L200 utility vehicle, registration YC6496."

Mr Harrison is described as a male Caucasian; of medium build and about 177cm tall.

Anyone with any information on Mr HARRISON'S whereabouts or sightings of his white utility vehicle is asked to contact Mr Helwig at the Hamilton Central Police Station on 07 858 6200.

Alternatively, information can be left anonymously with Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

ENDS

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