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Papatoetoe: Missing woman


Missing woman

Tuesday, 1 April 2014 - 2:07am

Counties Manukau

Police and relatives are looking for a 79 year old woman who has been missing from Papatoetoe since midday on Monday.

The woman failed to return to her Esperanto Rd home after going for a walk around midday.

She is not familiar with the area and suffers from memory lapses.

She is described as a 79 year old polynesian woman of medium build. She has white hair, and was last seen wearing a pink cotton jumper and baby blue pants. She had an orange scarf tied over her head.

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