Desperate search for wife and three-day-old baby after mother left the hospital for medical advice
- Te-Aroha Hape, 32, left Hornsby Hospital with her three-day-old daughter
- They left without a medical statement on July 6, the police are concerned about prosperity
- She is described as the appearance of the Pacific Islander, about 170 cm long with black hair and brown eyes
There are serious concerns about a mother who has left a hospital in North Sydney with her newborn baby girl for medical advice.
Te-Aroha Hape, 32, left Hornsby Hospital, on the Upper North Shore of Sydney, with her three-day-old daughter without a medical certificate on July 6, NSW Police said in a statement on Friday.
The police have serious concerns about their well-being because both may need medical assistance.
Mrs. Hape is described as the appearance of the Pacific Islander, about 170 cm tall with black hair and brown eyes
It is believed that Mrs. Hape is with the child's father, Benjamine Street, and in a white Volkswagen Transporter with ACT registration YGG45K.
Mrs. Hape is described as the appearance of the Pacific Islander, about 170 cm tall with black hair and brown eyes.
She is known to visit Blacktown and Sydney & # 39; s northern north coast and has friends in the hills, Nepean and Mt Druitt.
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