Henderson Police seek woman and child
Henderson Police want to locate
Nikki Cribb and her 10 month-old child
May 2014 - 1:10pm
Waitakere Police are
seeking to locate Nikki Cribb and her 10 month-old baby boy,
20 year-old Nikki has not been in contact
with Child Youth and Family since Wednesday 7 May, and is
believed to have travelled out of Auckland.
Child, Youth and Family have concerns for the welfare of
Bailey Cribb and anyone who has seen Nikki is asked to
contact Police or Child, Youth and Family.
Nikki Cribb and
her child may be in the Hamilton or Tokoroa areas.
with information is asked to contact Waitakere Police on 09
839 0600 or Child, Youth and Family on 0508 326
Information can also be given anonymously to the
organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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