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Police seek to identify two men

"Police seek to identify two men in relation to search for missing Auckland man "

Police are hoping to identify two males that we believe can help us in our enquiries to locate missing 43 year old Auckland man Jason Chase.

Jason Chase, also known as Ere Taurerewa, was last seen leaving his Mt Roskill flat on 8th May 2017 with an Indian male believed to be named Mohammed.

They left in a white vehicle described as a Nissan Micro or Toyota Starlet-type vehicle.

His debit card has been used in Warkworth and Auckland and he could still be in these areas.

Police have released CCTV images of two men we believe can help us with our enquiries.

The images were taken from a dairy on Karangahape Rd on 19th May shortly before 10.30am.

The first male who is wearing a black beanie is believed to be either of Maori, Polynesian or Indian descent.

He is identifiable by his black shoulder-length dreadlocks.

The second male is believed to be Caucasian.

If you have any information about the whereabouts of Jason Chase, or if you recognise either of these two unidentified males, please contact Detective Sergeant Richard Sami from Auckland City Police on 021 191 2981.

You can also provide information anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.


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