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Elderly lady missing in Johnsonville - public help required

Elderly lady missing in Johnsonville - public help required




Wellington Police are currently searching for Rose Jenkins Drew, an 81 year old female who is missing from Malvina Major Retirement Village situated at 134 Burma Road Johnsonville, Wellington. Mrs Drew suffers from Dementia and is not familiar with the area having only lived there for one week. She was last seen at the retirement village at 10:30am today.

Police have concerns for her safety and ask residents of the Burma Road area and surrounding neighbourhoods to check there properties and surrounds for her.
Mrs Drew is approximately 5ft tall, she has a hunch and walks slowly in a shuffle like manner. She was last seen wearing a purple scarf, a green merino jersey with a collar. She is also possibly wearing glasses and a grey and white tartan hat.

For any sightings please contact Wellington Police on (04) 381 2000.


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