Unexplained disappearance of a visitor to Hamilton
Unexplained disappearance of a visitor to Hamilton -
Hamilton - Waikato
Waikato police are investigating the
unexplained disappearance of a visitor
38 year old Australian man was last seen near Grey Street
Hamilton at about
9.00pm on Saturday night the 7th
He is described as a slightly build Caucasian
and when last seen he was
wearing a grey tracksuit with a
tennis logo on the left breast of the top.
Senior Sergeant Ross Patterson of the Hamilton CIB stated
man may have been in any of the streets near
Steel Park and on Cook Street.
Any sightings are of
interest to the inquiry team.
Any information that may
assist in locating him should be forwarded to
Hamilton police station, phone 07
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