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Police Need Help To Find Christchurch Woman

NZ Sightings Needed To Fill In Emma's Movements Last Thursday

New Zealand Police National News Release
4:50pm 19 November 2007

http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release.html?id=3502

Police are seeking a man walking his dog in Bromley Park last Thursday evening when Emma Agnew's car was discovered on fire.

Emma has not been seen since last Thursday 15 November and Police and her family have real concerns for her.

Detective Inspector Tom Fitzgerald says that the man was seen by several other witnesses in Bromley Park but has not come forward himself yet. His dog is a white short haired pit bull cross.

He is described as a male Caucasian, about 35-40 years old, with light brown hair short on top but no 2 at the sides, and of physically big build. He's described as about 6'- 6'2" tall and solid.

He was wearing a tidy dark jacket with no hood and jeans.

D I Fitzgerald says he is not a suspect but police just wish to identify who he is.

Emma's movements on the Thursday 15 November when she was last seen;

Just before 10am
Emma left her work in Gloucester Street and drove to a friend's house in Woodham Rd.

10.15am
She received txts there and supposedly left to drive back to work.

10.25am
Emma was in Linwood, Gloucester/Woodham Road area.

The car has then been driven to the northern suburbs of Christchurch- St Albans, Redwood, Belfast.

There have been scant sightings of the car after 10.35am.

9.45pm Emma's car found in Bromley Park.

Police are no longer looking for the silver Japanese car sought over the weekend; the occupants came forward voluntarily and identified themselves today.

Detective Inspector Tom Fitzgerald says that police need any sightings of Emma or her car to fill in the gaps of where she might be.

The public is asked to phone Police on 363 7400 with any information.

ENDS

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