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Missing 70 year old from Lower Hutt

Missing 70 year old from Lower Hutt

Wellington, 17 July 2014 - Hutt Valley Police are concerned about the welfare of Tupulaga (Peter) TALALELEI, 70, from Petone. Mr TALALELEI has been recently discharged from Hutt Hospital on Saturday 12 July at around 7.00pm.

Police believe that he has returned to his home address in Petone but has not been seen since. Mr TALALELEI has medical needs that require regular supervision and there are fears for his safety as this behaviour is out of character for him.

Hutt Valley Police are asking anyone with any information or sightings of Mr TALALELEI to call (04) 560 2600 or contact their local Police station.


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