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MISSING PERSON • Patricia (Pat) Wearn • Waitemata, New Zealand • 73 Years Old

MISSING PERSON • Patricia (Pat) Wearn • Waitemata, New Zealand • 73 Years Old

Please help spread the word about missing Patricia Wearn out of Waitemata, New Zealand.

WAITEMATA — The Waitemata Police is asking for the public’s assistance in locating missing 73 year old Patricia (Pat) Wearn out of the Torby, Waitemata, New Zealand area.


Patricia was last seen on January 16, 2017 at 12:30 pm.

Waitemata Police are looking for 73-year-old Patricia Wearn (Known as Pat).

Ms Wearn has Alzheimer’s and is likely to be in the Torbay area.

She left her home address in Torbay at 12:30 this afternoon to go for a walk and has not returned. She normally returns home within half an hour.

She was wearing light blue 3/4 length pants with a patterned top and sandals.

Patricia Wearn, profile
Patricia Wearn, profile
Patricia is described as:

• Gender: Female.

Have any information? If you have any information in regards to Pat’s whereabouts, you are being asked to contact the Waitemata Police at (09) 4889754 or 111.

If you wish to remain anonymous with your helpful information, you are more than welcome to call Crime Stoppers at 0800 555 111.

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4 comments on this report

  • Kimi Coleman
    January 18, 2017 at 12:55 pm

    Local Community group created for Pat Wearn to update everyone in one place so it’s easier, please support the police and SAR, let’s not impact their search in anyway, If you have searched an area you can post on here please, also ribbons on your letterbox if you’ve thoroughly searched your own property so SAR know too, keep checking for updates so we not doubling up on search areas & can cover more ground!

    Let’s hope we can help bring Pat home safely to her family. I am so proud to be such of an awesome community. This is a public group so anyone is welcome to join. Let’s stay positive!

    If you are going out searching, please remember:

    1) Check all ditches, embankments, stream banks and culvets. Call out her name too in case she is incapacitated.

    2) Check all bushes, brush and long grass.

    3) Check under your deck, in sheds, along the garden perimeter or any other place a person may go. Ask your neighbours to check their properties.

    4) Check all bush areas, reserves and walkways near your property. Take a walk around the block. Most people have bushy areas near them that they are not even aware of!

    5) If searching the beaches, check along the shoreline, look out to sea. It is a good idea to have a good pair of binoculars for this.

    6) Do not go out looking alone. Please take a buddy with you and let people know which area you are searching in. Do not take risks – the SAR people are trained for this. We do not want any other people to go missing or be injured!

    7) Make sure you have your mobile phone with you.

    8) Please do not go to the SAR buildings or police stations for updates or asking to help. Updates will come in due course and they have a co-ordinated search underway. Any updates will be posted on here.

    You can help by being vigilant when doing your own searching, as well as making sure your property has been thoroughly searched.


  • Kimi Coleman
    January 19, 2017 at 4:23 pm

    Update from Andy Wearn
    Thursday morning: Police teams have been out since dawn. S&R teams focussing on dense bush. Police teams door knocking again – they are seeking any home CCTV footage. They will have a police van at Cashel Place as a command post if you have information. Thanks

  • May 10, 2017 at 7:18 pm

    Gosh where are you Pat? You’ve got to be out there somewhere 🙁


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