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Fears for missing teen

Fears for missing teen

Cassandra

Auckland City Police and the family of 18 year-old Cassandra Strydom have serious concerns for her wellbeing after she wandered off from her workplace in the suburb of St Johns shortly after 9 o'clock this morning.

Cassandra is 160cm tall and very slim. She was wearing a bright green jacket, black leggings and pink polka dot gumboots. She has brown shoulder length hair tied in a ponytail and was possibly wearing glasses.

It's likely she has no access to money and is on foot, having been reported missing shortly after 10am. Cassandra has a history of depression and was described as being 'distant' this morning when her mother dropped her at her workplace on Elizabeth Knox Place.

Anyone with any information about where Cassandra might be, should call Police on 111 or Auckland City Police on 09 302 6641.

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