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Have you seen Dyllan?

Have you seen Dyllan?


Dyllan Leathers


Police are concerned for the welfare of 20-year-old Dyllan Leathers from Rotorua and are seeking public assistance to locate him.

Dyllan was last seen on the evening of Thursday, 14 May and has since been reported missing by worried family members who advise his disappearance is out of character.

He is likely driving a maroon Honda Integra registration BBG589; similar to the one pictured but with standard wheels rather than mags. Dyllan is Maori, approximately 6ft tall and slim with dark brown hair, blue eyes and scruffy facial hair. When he was last seen he was wearing a beanie and a blue top. He also has links to Auckland and Hastings.

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