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Have you seen missing woman Michelle Simpson?

Published: Tue 13 Nov 2018 10:30 AM
Sergeant David Orr, Kumeu Police:
Kumeu Police are requesting assistance from members of the public to help find missing local woman Michelle Simpson.
Michelle is aged 50, approximately 5 foot tall and has short brown hair.
She may be confused or disorientated.
Michelle was last seen walking along Wairere Road (between Caton and Gregory Road) around 11.30am yesterday morning.
Police have been scouring the area since yesterday afternoon and we are asking all local drivers to check their dash cam footage between the hours of 11am and 2pm if they were in the vicinity of Wairere Road, Caton Road, Gregory Road or Duffy Roads in Waitakere.
We are also asking all residents in the neighbourhood to please review your security footage to see if she has entered your property and double check your backyards, sheds etc.
If you believe you may have seen Michelle or have information which might help us locate her, please call 111.

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