Two women, one teenager - all missing in Canterbury

Rachel Dyer has been missing since December 21. Photo: Supplied
Rachel Dyer has been missing since December 21. Photo: Supplied
Police have put the word out for help to find three people missing in Canterbury.

Rachel Dyer, 42, was reported missing on December 21.

A police spokesperson said she may be in the Ashburton area.

"Police and Rachel's family have concerns for her welfare and would like to hear from anyone who can help."

  • If you know anything, phone police on 105, quoting file number 201221/3738.

Meanwhile, Ngaire Ginders, 40, was last seen on December 29 in Christchurch and is described as 160cm tall with brown hair and fair skin.

A police spokesperson said they have concerns for her wellbeing.

  • Ngaire Ginders has been missing in Christchurch for more than two weeks. Photo: Supplied
    Ngaire Ginders has been missing in Christchurch for more than two weeks. Photo: Supplied
    Anyone who may have seen Ginders should phone police on 105, quoting file number 210109/2083."

It comes after a public appeal for a missing teenager in Christchurch.

Brianna, 14, was last seen at her home on January 8 and is believed to be in the Christchurch area.

She went missing for two weeks earlier this month before being located safe and well. She has gone missing again.

  • Brianna, 14, is also missing in the Christchurch area. Photo: Supplied
    Brianna, 14, is also missing in the Christchurch area. Photo: Supplied
    Anyone with information is asked to phone police on 105 and quote file number 201220/7305.

 

 

 

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