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Police appeal for sightings of missing woman

Published: Sun 17 Feb 2019 03:22 PM
"Police appeal for sightings of missing woman Nadia (or Nadezda) Mikhaleva"
Please attribute to Detective Sergeant, Dean Miles Waitemata North CIB;
Police are concerned for the safety of 53-year-old Nadia Mikhaleva, (otherwise known as Nadezda Mikhaleva), of Manly, Whangaparoa, Auckland.
Nadia has not been seen since Thursday 14 February. She left her Manly home on Friday 15 February and it’s not known what clothing she was wearing at the time.
Nadia is of Russian decent. She is approximately 172cm in height, of large build, with wavy burgundy-coloured hair down to her collar and she speaks with a Russian accent.
Nadia’s family and Police have concerns for her safety due to her health.
If anyone sees Nadia, or someone fitting her description, they are encouraged to contact Waitemata Police on (09) 488 9750 using the file reference number: 190216/8400.
Information can also be provided anonymously via Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
ENDS

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