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Tamika Glass. Richmond police.

Police are seeking community assistance in locating Tamika Glass, also known as Tamika Gee.

Ms Glass has an outstanding warrant. Ms Glass is 23 years old and may be in the Ballina/Wardell area. Her hair is now believed to be a darker colour thank shown in the picture.

If you can help police locate Ms Glass please call your local police station without delay or call the general police line on 131 444.


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