Richmond, Christchurch: Missing Person
Monday, 24 March 2014 -
Canterbury Police are
try to establish the whereabouts of a missing person Mr
George Michael SUNNEX.
He is aged 52 years and is
described as a Male Maori, 180 centimetres of thin build and
with shoulder length grey hair, a grey goatee bear and
Mr SUNNEX went missing from his Richmond
property approximately 2 weeks ago without any mention of
where he was heading.
He has previously resided in the
North Island including Auckland and Hamilton.
any information as to his whereabouts is asked to contact
the Christchurch Police Communications Centre on 03 363 7400
or Detective Sergeant Chris Power on 03 363 4888.
Date of release:
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