Gisborne Update on missing kayaker 13 January 2014 - 9:12pm
**Update on missing
Monday, 13 January 2014 -
The search for the missing
kayaker has concluded for the night. So far an aerial and
ground search has not located the missing male.
will resume first light tomorrow with shoreline search,
followed later in the morning with aerial search and Surf
Life Saving team in their IRB’s. The Police National
Dive Squad will also be deployed to the area and will search
the area where the male was last seen.
The details of the
missing male will not be released tonight as some family are
still to be advised. However he is a 25 year old and lives
in the Gisborne area. Details of the female are not
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