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Whanganui - Missing person

Location: Whanganui
District: Central

Missing person

Short description: Missing person

Full description:
Whanganui Police hold grave concerns for the well bring of a 75 year man, who went missing from his residential address on Virginia Road at approximately 4.00pm on the 28 May 2013.

He is described as a male Caucasian of slight build, 5ft in height with grey receding hair, bluey/grey eyes and a grey beard. He was last seen wearing black jeans, black sneakers and a black jersey with a quarter length frontal zip to the neck.

He is known to goes for long walks. He wears prescription glasses and due to health issues he may off become disorientated.

Police are urging people to check their properties and outbuildings.

If the public have any information or sight this male please contact Whanganui Police on 06 3490600.


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