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15 year old female missing

15 year old female missing


Christchurch Police are searching for 15 year old, Georgia Elizabeth STENT, who was last seen at school in Cashmere yesterday.

There is a suggestion that Georgia was at Christchurch City Bus Exchange yesterday, possibly heading towards Rangiora.

Police have posted a photograph of Georgia on their Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ChristchurchPolice (link is external)
If you have any information please send us a message by Facebook or email dcc.canterbury@police.govt.nz(link sends e-mail) or call the Christchurch Police on 03 363 7400.

You can also provide information anonymously via Crimestoppers - 0800 555 111

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