Desperate search for a Maori teenage girl, 15, who did not return home after she left without her phone or belongings
- Harmomy Hohepa, 15, went missing in NSW Southern Highlands Friday night
- The teenager left home without her cell phone or personal belongings
- Younger Pacific Islander / Maori in appearance, dark eyes and long black hair
A desperate search is on for a missing teenage girl who didn’t come home overnight and didn’t take her things with her.
Harmony Hohepa, 15, was last seen at her home in Moss Vale, in the NSW Southern Highlands, around 11pm Friday night.
She was reported missing by her hectic family on Saturday morning.
Harmony Hohepa, 15, was last seen at her home in Moss Vale, NSW Southern Highlands, around 11 p.m. Friday evening – police and her family are deeply concerned about her well-being
Hume Police Station officers are very concerned about the teen’s well-being given her age.
Harmony also left her home on Friday night minus her cell phone or personal belongings.
She is described as having a Pacific Islander or Maori appearance and is about 172cm tall.
The cub has a slim build, long dark hair and dark eyes.
She was believed to be wearing a blue top with blue and purple shorts when she left her home.
Anyone who has information about her whereabouts is urged to call the police.