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Concerns Mount For Missing Girl

Concerns Mount For Missing Girl
Auckland Police are searching for a missing eight year old Auckland girl, whose whereabouts have been unknown since yesterday.

Sieda Hassan was last seen in the Rockfield Road/Mount Smart Road area in Onehunga at around 6pm yesterday.

Shieda is Somalian, of thin build with medium length hair, which could be tied up in a bun. Shieda is wearing a white dress, blue tights with pink flowers on and was riding a pink bike with a flat tyre at the front.

Anyone who has seen a child fitting her description should contact their nearest police station immediately.

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