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Missing persons - Horowhenua/Manawatu/Rangitikei

Missing persons - Horowhenua/Manawatu/Rangitikei

Hi,

A new alert is available for you to view on the www.police.govt.nz website:
*"Missing persons - Horowhenua/Manawatu/Rangitikei - Central"*

Palmerston North Search and Rescue are looking for two missing persons. They
are travelling in a white Nissan Pulsar hatchback, registration number
WX6833.

They are believed to be in the Horowhenua/Manawatu/Rangitikei area. They
have become disorientated whilst driving at night and have taken a wrong turn
and got themselves lost and the car has run out of petrol.

The missing persons are Craig NICHOLS, 35 years old and Louise OWEN, 30 years
old.

They state that they left Wellington and travelled for approximately an hour
and a half and eventually ran out of petrol.

They have given a description of the area where they are lost.

They have turned from a main road, driven past a quarry and into a forest
area. They can see houses from where they are. They can see a large
"aerial" on the hill near where they are. They believe that are near a Maori
reserve and believe they can see effluent ponds from where they are.

If you live in an area that fits these descriptions given by the missing
party can you please have a look in your area for the missing vehicle or
missing persons.

If you have seen the vehicle or the missing persons please contact Palmerston
North Police 06 3513600.

Any information to be directed to Constable Garry BEDFORD, Palmerston North
Search and Rescue, please.
You can also view this release, including any images, online at:
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/updates/32673

Thanks,
New Zealand Police

ENDS

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