Title: Baby Abduction: Police Make Appeal to Driver:
Waitakere Police would like to speak to the driver who
picked up Skye Mason and baby Alyssa on 27 July 2012 and
delivered them to Glen Eden.
Skye Mason walked off from
the Makarau property north of Kaukapakapa with Alyssa at
3.00pm on Friday. They arrived in Glen Eden, West Auckland
at approximately 8.00pm
Detective Inspector Stan Brown
advises police wish to speak to the person or persons who
drove Skye and Alyssa to West Auckland that afternoon.
Police need to account for Skye's movements during the time
she had Alyssa with her.
Could the driver or anyone
knowing their identity please contact Detective Steve Norris
of the Henderson CIB on 09 8390630.
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