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Greenlane Auckland City - missing person

New Zealand Police Alert 5:20pm

30 Nov 2008 Auckland City

Location of incident: Greenlane Auckland City

Incident type: missing person

Missing Person Police are looking for a 74 year old lady who went missing from a rest home in Matai Drive, Greenlane. The missing woman is described as being a Mandarin only speaking Chinese woman, approximately 145cms (5 feet) in height, thin build, black hair with a grey upright tuft on the right side of her head and a distinctive mark near her left eye. She was wearing a lilac/purple long sleeve top with vertical black streaks, black trousers and shoes.

She has a black lanyard around her neck which carries an identification card bearing her name Xing Juan LI and telephone 09 523 1605. She has been known to walk around the Great South Rd, Greenlane, Ellerslie in the past. Miss LI has a medical condition which is of a concern to Police. Any sightings, please call Auckland Central Police immediately. Issued By: Senior Sergeant Anthony Edwards


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