Missing man Colin Ross - SAR still searching
"Missing man Colin Ross - SAR still searching"
Coast Police continue to search for missing man Colin Ross
after his vehicle was located yesterday.
Colin was last
seen in Blenheim at approximately 5pm on 25 October, 2017,
and there are serious concerns for his welfare.
12 people in the field at the moment searching for him.
One team of searchers is a Land SAR search dog team.
Teams are concentrating on the Kohaihai Bluff area and
the Nikau Walk, right up to Crayfish Point.
We ask for
people that either walked or mountain biked the heaphy track
on 25th and 26th of October to contact the Police Tasman DCC
on 03 546
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