Police appeal for sightings of missing Auckland man Roderick Junior Graff

'Oku puli 'a e tokotaha ko Roderick Junior Graff ta'u 22 mei Massey West Auckland 'i Nu'u Sila pea 'oku hoha'a ai hono fāmili'. Talu 'ene puli he 'aho 22 'o Siulai pea 'oku 'ikai angamaheni 'a 'ene mama'o ta'efetu'utaki ko 'eni ki hono fāmili'

Roderick Junior Graff is a 22 year-old man who lives in Massey West Auckland.

His family are worried as they haven’t seen him since Sunday 22 July and that’s unlike him not to keep in touch.

He’s described as of thin-medium build with brown eyes and hair.

He’s approximately 164cm tall – (approximately 5ft 3 inches).

He was last seen wearing blue knee-length jean-shorts, a blue jacket, black shirt, black peak cap with a white converse symbol on the front and blue shoes.

At this point we are not sure of his whereabouts and Police and Roderick’s family have concerns for his safety.

Roderick has connections to all parts of Auckland, so please keep an eye out for him.

If you have seen Roderick, or know where he is, please contact your nearest Police Station as soon as possible.

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