Greymouth Police are seeking the
assistance of the public to locate Philip Gerald MOHSENI,
aged 24 years, a male Caucasian from Portland, Oregon, USA.
A family member from the USA has reported him missing as
they have not heard from him for some time.
He is believed
to have gone tramping in the Copland Track area in Westland
on 22 June by himself, where he intended to stay for about
three days. After this he was possibly heading to the Haast
area for a few days.
Anyone with information as to his
whereabouts is asked to contact the Greymouth Police on 03
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