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Kapiti-Mana Police appeal for sightings of missing woman

"Kapiti-Mana Police appeal for sightings of missing woman"

Kapiti-Mana Police are actively attempting to locate and make contact with Julie Ann SPRINGER, a 53 year old local woman, as they hold fears for her physical and mental wellbeing.

Her Blue Nissan Pulsar hatchback vehicle was located on Grays Road, Plimmerton near the entrance to the Pauatahanui Inlet early this morning.

It is believed that she has left her vehicle and walked along a coastal track that borders the Pahananui Inlet and leads back on to Mana Esplanade, Paremata.

Ms SPRINGER, is described as European of medium build with brown shoulder length hair.

She was last seen in Upper Hutt at 4.30pm last evening. At the time she was wearing a black beanie, black puffer jacket, charcoal knitted cardigan, charcoal shirt, blue jeans, black boots and burgundy pink prescription glasses.

Anyone with the knowledge of the whereabouts of Julie Ann SPRINGER or who may have seen a female fitting her description around the Plimmerton or Paremata areas are asked to contact Porirua Police on (04) 238 1400.

ENDS

Please note a picture of Julie Ann SPRINGER is attached.
[See http://www.police.govt.nz/news/release/kapiti-mana-police-appeal-sightings-missing-woman]

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