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2013-12-27 00:00

A LADYSMITH teenager has been missing since December 10 and police are concerned that her absence could be because of a family estrangement. However, they are not ruling out other possibilities

Sixteen-year-old Kim Crosland went to a local shop and when she did not return home, her father reported her missing to the police. Kim was last seen in Queen Street around 4 pm. The police believe that Kim could be with her mother who lives in Johannesburg. However, their attempts to contact the mother have so far been unsuccessful.

Colonel Jay Naicker of the SAPS described the teenager as being of “slender build and average height”.

Anyone who has seen Kim or has any information on her whereabouts is urged to contact the investigation officer Constable Gabisile Duma on 036 638 3325 or on her cellphone: 072 190 5477.

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