Police seek assistance to locate 12-year old girl
Police seek assistance to locate 12-year old
Police are seeking
information as to the whereabouts of a missing 12-year old
Kamaiya Coster-Jury was last seen on
Tuesday 20 May in the central city area.
Police say they
do not have specific fears for her safety, but are concerned
that she has not been in touch with family. It is likely she
is still in the Christchurch area.
Anyone with information
that can assist in locating Kamaiya is asked to contact
Sergeant Mick Burnett at Christchurch Police on (03)
Information can also be provided anonymously to
the organisation Crimestoppers on 0800 555
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