Police searching for a missing 41-year-old Northland woman
Police are searching for a missing 41-year-old Northland
The woman left her Waipu property about 7.40pm last
Her family became concerned for her safety and
started searching for her, then contacted Police.
Search and Rescue staff began searching and then managed to
contact the missing woman through her cellphone.
had become lost in thick bush near her house.
night Police managed to keep intermittent contact with the
woman as she tried to describe the area she was in.
continued the search and about 1.45 am the woman stated her
cellphone battery was nearly flat.
About 2.45am the woman
had not been located, so the search was called off.
6am Police managed to contact the woman again who was still
lost, but otherwise well.
Police have resumed the search
this morning for the missing
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