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Cambridge man missing

"Cambridge man missing"

Cambridge Police are looking for 31-year-old Warren Quaife who has been missing since the evening of Monday 18 June 2018.

Warren, also known as Wazza, could be travelling in his 1997 Blue Honda Accord, with the registration EKL361.

Police have received information which indicates Warren was at Okoroire Hot Springs near Tirau yesterday around 4:20pm.

We understand he could now be in the Raglan, Hamilton or Tauranga areas.

Warren’s family are very worried about him and have concerns for his welfare.

Anyone with information on Warren’s whereabouts is asked to call 111 immediately.

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