Missing German tourist found safe and well
Missing German tourist found safe and
Thursday, 5 June 2014 - 5:09pm
Police can confirm that they have located Anja
Schulze safe and well in the Central Otago and have passed
this information on to German authorities.
through the North Island before boarding a ferry with a
fellow traveller from Wellington to Picton on the 29th
January 2014. She has then continued her travel down the
South Island over the past months.
She was unaware that
there were concerns for her safety and that Police were
looking for her says Detective Sergeant Fran Moore of the
Missing Persons Unit
NZ Police appreciate and thank those
members of the public who provided information which has
helped to find Anja so
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