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World Young mother, 29, mysteriously vanishes from a tiny country town - as her TV presenter sister says 'we're very worried' and police launch desperate search for the former junior tennis star

23:40  16 february  2020
23:40  16 february  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Police have launched a desperate search to find her and asked public for help. A desperate search is underway for a young mother who vanished from her small town five days ago. Karina Bradnam, 29 , was last seen on Thursday in Tītahi Bay, on New Zealand's lower North Island.

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a close up of a woman: Karina Bradnam, 29, (pictured) was last seen on Thursday in Tītahi Bay, on New Zealand's lower North Island© Provided by Daily Mail Karina Bradnam, 29, (pictured) was last seen on Thursday in Tītahi Bay, on New Zealand's lower North Island A desperate search is underway for a young mother and former junior tennis star who vanished from her small town five days ago.

Karina Bradnam, 29, was last seen on Thursday in Tītahi Bay, on New Zealand's lower North Island. Tītahi Bay is a half-hour drive from Wellington and has a population of about 7,000.

The small town is well-known for its brightly coloured boatsheds that line its picturesque bay.

As a teenager, Ms Bradnam, who has a baby girl, was a rising star in the tennis world.

a person standing next to a body of water: Ms Bradnam, who has a toddler, was reported missing on Saturday© Provided by Daily Mail Ms Bradnam, who has a toddler, was reported missing on Saturday a person that is standing in the grass© Provided by Daily Mail She was Wellington's second-ranked woman player in the junior division in 2009.

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Her sister, Makere Bradnam, who was a presenter on the sports show The Crowd Goes Wild, has made a heartfelt plea for help through social media as their family is 'very worried'.

'Instagram world...my sister is missing...last seen in Titahi Bay Wellington on Thursday,' she wrote on the Instagram post.

'Please let me know if you have any information or call police. We are very worried.'

a man standing in a parking lot: Anyone with information regarding Ms Bradnam's whereabouts is urged to contact police© Provided by Daily Mail Anyone with information regarding Ms Bradnam's whereabouts is urged to contact police Ms Bradnam was seen wearing a T-shirt and jeans on the day she went missing.

Ms Bradnam was reported missing on Saturday.

There are concerns for Bradnam’s safety and wellbeing, New Zealand police said.

Anyone with information regarding Ms Bradnam's whereabouts is urged to contact police.

'Serious concerns' for the safety of missing woman, 26, who was last seen leaving a Sydney unit on Valentine's Day and has an eye tattoo on her wrist .
Chloe Baxendale, 26, went missing on 14 February on Unwins Street in Bexley, south Sydney. She was reported missing by family after they could not get in contact with her. © Provided by Daily Mail Ms Baxendale has been described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 160cm-165cm tall, of a thin build, with long blonde hair, and blue eyes Police and her family hold serious concerns for her welfare.Ms Baxendale has been described as being of Caucasian appearance, between 160cm-165cm tall, of a thin build, with long blonde hair, and blue eyes.

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