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Missing Lee Pawley

Police are appealing for the public’s help to find a woman believed missing on the north coast.

Lee Pawley, 49, was last seen leaving a motel at Lennox Head on Saturday 30 June in her Toyota Prius.

Ms Pawley, who is pictured, has failed to return to her home in Newcastle and has not contacted any friends or family.

Police and her family are concerned as her disappearance is out of character.

Ms Pawley is described as being of Caucasian appearance, blond hair, thin build, fair complexion.

She was travelling in a silver 2005 model Toyota Prius with Queensland registration 920-MAW.

Anyone who knows Ms Pawley’s whereabouts is urged to contact Triple Zero immediately.

 


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