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Elderly Paraparaumu Beach resident missing

Elderly Paraparaumu Beach resident missing

Kapiti Police are seeking information and assistance to find a 92 year old man from Paraparaumu Beach who is reported missing.

George Albert OSBOURNE resides on Te Kupe Road, Paraparaumu Beach with a family member. He went missing from this address during the day on Friday 3rd August 2012 and his whereabouts are currently unknown.

Mr OSBOURNE suffers from dementia and may be disorientated.

Mr OSBOURNE is a Caucasian male, approximately 5’11’ - 6’0 tall, of a slim build. He usually wears glasses.

He was last seen wearing grey coloured tracksuit pants and likely to be wearing a beige coloured coat.

He regularly walks in the vicinity of his home address and uses local buses to travel in the Kapiti area.

Anyone who has sighted Mr OSBOURNE on 3rd August 2012 or has any information to assist Police can contact Kapiti Police on 04 2966800 or in urgent cases on 111.

Sergeant Lee GREEDUS
Kapiti Police.

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