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Missing Person in Mangere

Missing Person in Mangere

About 10:00am on Friday the 3rd of December 2010, Beulah DAVIDSON, a 71 year old female of European descent, was last seen at her home of 284 Massey Road in Mangere.

This address is a rest home caring for Beulah DAVIDSON who has a raft of medical conditions which require constant attention and can be life threatening should they be left unattended. She also suffers from bipolar syndrome.

Beulah DAVIDSON is described as a New Zealand European standing approximately five feet tall with a medium build. She has black shoulder length hair and has blue eyes.

She was last seen wearing a light blue or grey top and a skirt of unknown colour. She has a gold wedding ring on her left hand. She is not in possession of any baggage and does not have any capability of obtaining money.

Some defining features are that she has a boil on her left elbow and a five centimetre long scar on the right side of her back.

Beulah DAVIDSON does not have any immediate contacts in the Auckland region and family members have been spoken to but she has not been in contact with them.
She regularly walks from 284 Massey Road in Mangere to the McKenzie Road Cemetery in Mangere to visit her late husband's resting place. Beulah DAVIDSON takes different routes to reach the cemetery on these occasions.

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