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Missing Person: Bevan William Wright

Missing Person: Bevan William Wright
New Zealand Police National News Release
4:15pm 22 February 2008
http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release.html?id=3745

Police are currently investigating the disappearance of Bevan William Wright.

Mr Wright is a 43 year old male Maori with short hair, he is approximately 174cm tall and of medium build.

He had been residing in Feilding but is originally from the Pahiatua area and has also been working and living in the South Island.

Mr Wright is employed as a shearer and has previously worked on commercial fishing boats.

Mr Wright was last seen in Feilding on 9th January 2008 and there has been no trace of his movements since this date.

He has not had contact with his family, friends or employer since that date, which is out of character for him. Concerns are held for his safety.

Police would like to hear from Mr Wright or anyone who has information that may assist in locating him.

Information can be directed to Palmerston Police on 06 351 3600.


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