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Avonside Christchurch - Missing Person

Avonside Christchurch

Missing Person

Friday, 8 August 2014 - 3:09pm


Police are seeking public assistance to locate a 15 year old autistic male reported missing from a Dunarnan Street Avonside address at approximately 2.30pm this afternoon.

Conrad Paton – Cameron is described as Male, Caucasian, 170cm tall, Brown hair wearing a brown jersey, black track pants and bare feet.

Anyone with information regarding Conrad can call Christchurch Police on 03 3637400.

Update: Avinside: Conrad Paton – Cameron has been found | Scoop News

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