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Police Wrap – 7 April

By johnboy - 7 April 2009 3

1. Missing Garranite:

    ACT Policing is asking the Canberra public to help locate a missing 46-year-old woman who went missing from her Garran home on April 6 around midday.

    The missing woman is described as Caucasian, approximately 5’5” (170cms) tall, with a medium build, fair complexion, light brown shoulder-length hair and walks with a distinctive limp. She was last seen wearing a long-sleeve black and red checked shirt, blue jeans and white sneakers.

    Police are concerned for the woman’s welfare as she is an insulin dependant diabetic and can potentially fall into a coma if she does not receive her medication.

    Anyone who may sight the missing woman is urged to contact ACT Policing on 131444 immediately.

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3 Responses to
Police Wrap – 7 April
Hugh Lews 1:22 pm 08 Apr 09

“walks with a distinctive limp”

Havent you seen The Usual Suspects?

That’s the oldest trick in the book.

p1 10:05 am 08 Apr 09

I saw a couple of SES vehicles here at about 5pm yesterday, I assume part of the same search.

ABC says they are still looking

TP 3000 9:50 pm 07 Apr 09

Tonight there was a helicopter flying over Mount Taylor ridge, apparently looking for this women. It went backwards & forwards for around 45-60 minutes. It also occasionally flew over Kambah & Torrens.

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