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Another Chinese Girl Missing in New Zealand

Posted by te2ataria on May 30, 2010

Asian Girl Missing: Raped and Murdered?

Jiayi Li, also known as “Kiko”, last seen on May 19, was reported as missing on May 22, 2010.

The following is missing persons bulletin issued by NZ Police Farce:

28 May, 2010 – 15:38

Police […] a female Chinese teenager, reported missing to Henderson Police on May 22.

Jiayi Li, also known as “Kiko”, was last seen at 2am on May 19 by a friend on New North Rd in Kingsland when Li dropped the friend off then drove away in her red 1998 Toyota Altezza saloon, registration Number EDB121.


Jiayi Li, also known as “Kiko”, has been missing for 11 days. The chances that she’s still alive are very slim indeed.

Li and her vehicle have not been seen by her friends and associates since. It’s understood she lives alone in Morningside Drive, Sandringham.

She is described as approximately 160cm tall, of slim to medium build with medium length straight dark brown (coloured) hair. She has a “skull and crossbones” tattoo in blue ink on the back of her left forearm.

She was last seen wearing a dark jacket with a dark skirt or dress under it as well as a dark blouse or shirt patterned with white circles or shapes. She had on black tights and white or silver (light-coloured) flat soled shoes.

Anyone with information about Jiayi Li – Kiko – or her vehicle should contact Constable Robert Paepke of the Avondale Police on 09 820 5701 or e-mail robert.paepke@police.govt.nz

Anonymous callers can contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Or Contact:  09 302 6947 or 0274-951-589
Website: www.police.govt.nz

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2 Responses to “Another Chinese Girl Missing in New Zealand”

  1. Luke said

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  2. te2ataria said

    Ms Li’s body was found in the boot of her car in Hamilton on June 2, 2010. She had been stabbed to death.
    “One of two men charged with the murder of Chinese student Jiayi Li, known as Kiko and whose body was found in the boot of her car, has changed his plea to guilty.”

    “Police said she may have been killed within a day or two of her disappearance on May 19.”
    http://stuff.co.nz/national/4933184/Man-admits-murdering-Jiayi-Li

    Police failed to post news of her death on their website.

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