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Police urge Sarah to call home

Police urge Sarah to call home


Sarah Pepa was reported missing from her Mount Wellington address on July 15 and her family has not seen or heard from her since. Sarah is a 15-year-old Polynesian of medium build [see photo]. She has been a Pakuranga College pupil.


Due to her age and vulnerability Sarah's family and Police are concerned for her wellbeing. Sarah is a young person living away from her family with no means of supporting herself and she is encouraged to either contact and speak to her family or Police.

Anyone who knows where Sarah is should contact the Auckland Police on 09 302 6400 or Constable Dale BLYDE of the Glen Innes Police on 09 213 8575.

ENDS

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