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Missing woman - fears for safety - Henderson - Waitemata

"Police News Alert Issued *** 5.45am, January 30th (Thursday)***"
Waitakere Police are appealing to the public for any sightings of Marion Joslin, aged 75 years, who has been reported missing from her home in Henderson Valley.

She was last seen by her husband at 5.00pm on Wednesday 29th January 2014 at their Opanuku Rd home before leaving to go on a walk she regularly takes in the area.

Police say her disappearance is out of character and there are concerns for her safety.

Marion Joslin is described as:

Age - 75 years

Female European

Height 168cm

Medium build

Grey hair to nape of neck

Last seen wearing white and black skirt Red T- Shirt Turquoise Sweat shirt Walking Sandals

Anyone with any information that could help located Ms Joslin is urged to contact the Henderson police on Ph: (09) 477 5000 or Crime stoppers Ph: 0800 555 111

ENDS

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