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Police have Grave Concerns For Missing Girl

Police have Grave Concerns For Missing Girl

The Feilding Police are investigating the disappearance of a 15 year old girl Jamie BEARDSMORE.

She has been missing from Feilding since yesterday afternoon 05/09/2012 The Police have grave fears for her safety.

She is described as European with a petite frame and blonde shoulder length hair.

Jamie could be mistaken as being a lot younger than 15 because of her slight frame and height.

She is possibly wearing a Black Angry Birds Hoodie, black trackpants and black school shoes

Jamie is possibly carrying a blue mink blanket with dolphins on it.

Any sightings or information please contact Feilding Police 323 6363

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