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Search continues for missing man

Search continues for missing man


Sunday, 18 May 2014 - 6:06pm
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Manawatu Police are continuing to search for Stephen Walker aged 25. Stephen was last seen at his home nears Bulls at 8.30pm on 14 May 2014.

Stephen is described as male European, 6 foot tall, medium build with short brown hair. He was last seen wearing a green Swandri, a green hoody, track pants and gumboots.

A blue Suzuki TF125 farm motorbike Police believe Stephen was travelling on has been located on Makoura Road near the intersection of Pohangina Road in the Apiti area.

Police are interested in anyone seen riding a bike matching this description between Bulls and Makoura Road possibly riding without a motorcycle helmet between the hours of 8:30pm on the14th May and 7:30am on the15th May.

Farmland and bush in the area near where the bike was located has been searched by helicopter, Police staff and two SAR police dogs.

Police are concerned for Stephen’s welfare and want to speak to anyone that may have seen him.

Anyone with information can contact the Palmerston North Police on (06) 351 3600.

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