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Marice McGregor Missing

Posted by te2ataria on May 3, 2010

What Happened to Marice McGregor?

Is it that difficult to guess? Though we hope that won’t be the case

The question is why the police went on jerking off for 10 days, before finally declare her missing?

Police search for missing woman

Police in Whanganui are searching for a woman who is believed to have been missing for 10 days.  [to 29 April, 2010]

On Monday, 19 April a bus driver spotted a woman sitting in a red Suzuki Stationwagon on SH4, at the Lismore intersection. He later noticed the same vehicle parked on Old Parapara Road by a small cluster of pine trees and assumed it had broken down.

Seeing it was still there yesterday (Wednesday, 28 April) he reported the vehicle to Police.

Police also received a report yesterday that 45-year-old Marice Jane McGregor, also known as Katrina, was reported missing by a relative, and enquiries show that the Suzuki car belongs to Miss McGregor.

Area Commander, Inspector Duncan MacLeod, said: “The length of time she appears to have been missing gives us serious concerns for Miss McGregor’s welfare. We have established that she spoke on 19 April to a female friend arranging to meet for coffee the following morning but Miss McGregor never turned up for that meeting. That is the last known contact she has had with anyone.”

A helicopter search is underway and Police divers are also preparing to search a waterway near where the vehicle was found. Miss McGregor’s home has already been searched and other enquiries are underway to try to locate her and piece together her recent movements.

Marice McGregor is described as European, 163cm tall and solid build with brown hair. It is not known what she would be wearing. She lives alone in Whanganui and has family and friends in the area but does not communicate with people easily.

Anyone with information about Marice McGregor that might assist in the Police search is asked to contact Whanganui Police on 06 349 0600.

Media enquiries should be referred to Communications Manager Kim Perks on 06 351 2546 or 027 234 8256.

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  2. te2ataria said

    Marice McGregor body May Have Been Found

    A body was found by a university lecturer and students collecting stream insect samples by a culvert south of Otoko Pa, about 26km north of Lismore Forest where Ms McGregor was last seen collecting pine cones and her abandoned car was found.

    Policewoman told media today the body was found about 5pm yesterday in a deep ravine off State Highway 4.

    “When the discovery was made daylight was starting to fade and steps were taken to secure the scene overnight with a view to commencing a full scene examination in daylight,” she said.

    “I know you are all keen to know whether this discovery fits in with the investigation into the disappearance of Marice McGregor but I am not yet in a position to answer this.

    “The discovery may be linked but we have a very methodical way of working through the investigation and we are not in position to provide a positive identification of the body.

    “The terrain is particularly difficult and challenging with very steep inclines, dense bush and we could be in the scene for some days.”

    Ms McGregor’s family had been told of the find and had asked for privacy.

    “In respect of Marice’s family I hope that you appreciate that it is a very difficult for them while they wait for news, that they ask for privacy and in return I hope that you respect this,” Ms Pennell said.

    She said it was important that the discovery did not diminish the help that police needed from the public about the disappearance of Ms McGregor.

    “We are extremely grateful for the assistance the public has given us and we still need to capture any information that is out there.

    “We still particularly need sightings of any vehicles along State Highway 4 on or around April 19 that may be relevant to the disappearance of Marice,” Ms Pennell said.


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