Missing Whangarei Baby Returned

Published: Wed 20 Dec 2006 09:58 AM
Northland Police
Walton Plaza, Whangarei
Wednesday December 20, 2006
Last night Ten-month-old Konway Dobson was returned to Whangarei Police by Emily O'Sullivan.
Miss O'Sullivan assisted Police in locating the baby after several hours of negotiation.
The baby was in good health and had obviously been well looked after and Police would like to thank all those involved in the safe return of Konway Dobson.
All matters relating to this case are now before the Family Court and there will be no further police involvement.
Please note: There will be no more comment from police on this case as it is now in the hands of the Family Court.

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