Two trampers missing in Kahurangi National Park

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Police are wanting the public’s help to locate a pair of trampers who failed to return when expected.

Jessica O'Connor and Dion Reynolds failed to return from their tramp when expected.

Jessica O’Connor and Dion Reynolds failed to return from their tramp when expected. Photo: Supplied / NZ Police

The Tasman trampers, Jessica O’Connor and Dion Reynolds, both 23, set off on 9 May and have not yet returned.

It is believed they entered near the Anatori River car park.

Police searched for the pair today and will continue to do so tomorrow.

They say anyone who has been around the Anatori, Webb, Kokopu, Independent and Fraser rivers since 8 May and who may have seen the pair should get in touch.

Anyone with information should contact Police on 105 and quote event number P042228949.


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