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Police concerned for teen

Police concerned for teen


Auckland City CIB is concerned for the safety and wellbeing of 17 year-old Jocelyn Rainham, also known as Jocelyn Winiata [pictured], who has not been seen by family or friends in Glen Innes since the early hours of Monday, July 21.

Jocelyn is Maori, of slim build who stands about 135cm tall and has curly shoulder-length bleached hair. She may be in the company of 39 year-old Moses Tapine, a Maori of solid to medium build, short hair and who stands about 179cm tall.

Tapine is wanted to interview in relation to recent offences in the city.
Police encourage Jocelyn to speak to Auckland City CIB on 09 302 6557 or to call into any Police station in order to determine her safety.

Anyone who knows the whereabouts of either Moses Tapine or Jocelyn Rainham (Winiata) should call Police and avoid approaching Mr Tapine.

ENDS

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