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    MessageSujet: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Sam 10 Oct - 11:28

    Une petite fille de deux ans a disparu de la maison de sa grand'mère à Auckland.




    Police release video of missing girl
    5:32PM Saturday Oct 10, 2009

    Toddler Aisling Symes has now been missing for six days. Photo / Supplied

    VIDEO Aisling Symes' parents emotional plea (3:35)
    PHOTOS The search for Aisling Symes (13 pics)
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    Police searching for missing Auckland toddler Aisling Symes today released "heartbreaking" footage of the tot dancing.

    The two-year-old has been missing for five days, disappearing about 5.15pm last Monday from outside her deceased grandparents' home in Longburn Rd, Henderson. Police strongly suspect she has been abducted.

    "While it is heartbreaking footage to see given the current circumstances, we feel it humanises Aisling even more than a still photograph can and shows her in other clothes to that which she has been seen in on posters and in the media over the past five days," Inspector Gary Davey said.

    >> Click here to view footage of Aisling Symes

    About 60 police were investigating Aisling's disappearance but Mr Davey admitted that the most recent sighting of her was still that of her with an unidentified Asian woman walking a black and grey medium-sized dog in Longburn Rd last Monday.

    Staff were working tirelessly, he said. Several "people of interest" had been profiled by the intelligence section and suspect team but there was no "strong information that might lead us directly to Aisling".

    Mrs Symes told a press conference yesterday she had been inspecting a washing machine with Aisling and her elder daughter, Caitlin, five, in tow.

    "I turned off the hot tap, looked behind me and she was there watching what Caty and I were up to.

    "I turned off the cold tap looked behind me and she was gone - that fast."

    She leapt out the door screaming out Aisling's name, but there was no trace of her.

    "I just can't believe that she moved so quickly. In the time it took just to turn off a tap, she was gone."

    Mrs Symes had a message for her daughter's abductor.

    "She's not a doll. She's somebody who loves her parents, her family, her sister, her pets. She belongs with us. She needs to be back with us.

    "We miss her terribly and no matter what reason you took her, whatever you're going through, look what you're putting her through, look what you're putting us through."

    Meanwhile, the parents of missing British girl Madeleine McCann expressed their sympathy to Aisling's family.

    Doctors Gerry and Kate McCann had conveyed their best wishes to Alan and Angela Symes for the safe return of Aisling, the British Press Association reported.

    Madeleine McCann disappeared in May 2007 just days short of her fourth birthday from a holiday flat in Portugal as her parents dined at a nearby restaurant. Despite a massive worldwide hunt she has never been found.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Sam 10 Oct - 11:36






    Missing: Aisling Symes


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    Henderson Police are continuing their search for Aisling [pronounced Ashling] Symes after she went missing from an address in Longburn Road, Henderson Monday 5 October at about 5.30pm.

    Aisling is aged two years. She is a tall girl for her age, of European appearance, with light brown hair.

    Aisling is believed to be wearing green parka jacket or ski jacket, blue jeans embroidered with flowers, and has white tennis shoes on her feet.

    Police are eager to hear from anyone who has information about the disappearance of Aisling Symes on:
    If you have any information please call the number below.

    0800 4 Aisling (0800 4 2475 464)

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Sam 10 Oct - 15:22

    Reward offered in Aisling Symes case



    09/10/2009 15:32:02

    A West Auckland business owner is putting up a $3,000 incentive for information leading to missing two-year-old Aisling Symes.



    The toddler has not been seen since Monday night and police fear she may have been abducted from a Henderson property.



    The owner of Comfort Zone Limited Andy Holbrow says the case has affected him and his staff and he hopes the incentive of money will help in some way to get the little girl back home.



    "We're actually quite surprised nobody else has come out and offered it and if there is anybody out there who wants to add to it, then definitely get in with us."



    Mr Holbrow has not yet contacted police about the reward offer.



    A team of 40 police continue to work on the case, but say few fresh leads have come today
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Sam 10 Oct - 15:23

    Police release video footage of Aisling



    10/10/2009 17:30:33

    The family of the missing two-year-old in West Auckland has asked for privacy, as six days of trauma take their toll on the Symes family.



    Aisling disappeared last Monday evening, and police believe she has been abducted. Police have now uploaded 10 seconds of video footage of Aisling onto the police website at www.police.govt.nz. Inspector Gary Davey says while it is heartbreaking to see the film, he feels it humanises Aisling even more than a still photograph can, and shows her in clothing other than what she has been seen wearing in the pictures released so far.



    Inspector Davey says staff are working tirelessly on the case. The last confirmed sighting of the little girl is still the one on Longburn Road, when she was seen with an Asian woman.



    Inspector Davey says several people of interest have now been profiled by the intelligence section and suspect team, but there has been no strong information to lead them to Aisling Symes.
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Sam 10 Oct - 15:23

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Sam 10 Oct - 15:27

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    Missing: Aisling Symes




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    Henderson Police are continuing their search for Aisling [pronounced Ashling] Symes after she went missing from an address in Longburn Road, Henderson Monday 5 October at about 5.30pm.
    Aisling is aged two years. She is a tall girl for her age, of European appearance, with light brown hair.
    Aisling is believed to be wearing green parka jacket or ski jacket, blue jeans embroidered with flowers, and has white tennis shoes on her feet.
    Police are eager to hear from anyone who has information about the disappearance of Aisling Symes on:
    If you have any information please call the number below.
    0800 4 Aisling (0800 4 2475 464)
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 10:26

    Bonjour à tous,

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    October 11, 2009


    Missing Aisling’s father reveals hope ‘she’s still in New Zealand’



    The Irish father of Aisling Symes, the toddler who went missing in New Zealand last week, said the family is clinging onto police hopes that whoever snatched the two-year-old is still in the area.
    Alan Symes, who is from Stradbally, Co Waterford, but has been living in Auckland for 20 years, told RTE radio’s Marian Finucane programme yesterday that police told him and his wife Angela to stay positive and that Aisling may still be in the area. Symes said the couple hope the child’s abductor is merely a recluse and won’t harm the toddler.
    “We’ve been thinking about every single scenario, from Aisling being taken by someone who is reclusive or manic depressive or has grabbed her because they are lonely, right up to the idea that she was stolen to order,” Symes told Finucane. “We just hope that person is looking after her well.
    “It’s quite shocking to think someone would grab our little one off a fairly busy road. Why would they do it?”
    Aisling disappeared from outside her late grandparents’ home in an Auckland suburb on Monday, where her parents had been preparing the house for sale.
    Angela Symes had been inspecting a washing machine with Aisling and her sister, five-year-old Caitlin. When she turned around a few seconds later, her daughter was gone.
    New Zealand police have increased border security to try to prevent Aisling being taken out of the country and have profiled people “of interest” to them but admit they are no closer to solving the case. Investigators released a 10-second long video on Friday, showing recent footage of the toddler dancing at the family home.
    “While it is heartbreaking footage to see given the current circumstances, we feel it humanises Aisling more than a photograph can and shows her in other clothes to those which she has been seen in the media over the past five days,” Inspector Gary Davey said.
    The Symes family also made an emotional plea on Friday night on New Zealand television station TVNZ for the return of their daughter. Symes said: “It’s time to give her back... time has been up for quite some time now. Not knowing has been a huge strain for us.”
    On RTE radio, Symes said he had made a public plea for his daughter’s captors to drop her off at a hospital or medical centre if they are too scared to bring her to a police station.
    He also thanked the parents of missing Madeleine McCann for their support. Kate and Gerry McCann, whose child vanished from the family’s holiday apartment in Portugal in 2007, said their “thoughts and prayers” were with the family of Aisling Symes.
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 12:18

    'Just look after Aisling', toddler's parents message to abductor
    Page 2 of 2View as a single page 1:03PM Thursday Oct 08, 2009
    By Rachel Tiffen
    Aisling was yesterday described as a bubbly little toddler who loved to play with people and animals.

    Her name, derived from her Irish father Alan's side of the family, means "vision of heaven". And by all accounts, this is appropriate.

    Her devastated family fear the toddler's outgoing nature made her easy to snatch.

    "She didn't have any inhibitions that I could see," her uncle David Ball said from the family's Massey home.

    Ms Potts said the toddler had no qualms about being with large groups of people - be they family, friends or church members.

    Mr Ball said Alan and Angela Symes were with police yesterday "trying to get the big picture and sort everything out".

    Mr Symes, as a former search and rescue worker and security guard, had been taking a keen interest in the efforts to find his daughter.

    But after an extensive, fruitless search of the 3km area surrounding the house - by land, water and air - police suspended it.

    Aisling's parents were too distraught to speak publicly.



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    But Ms Potts said described her niece as a typical, happy little girl who loved music, dancing and playing with animals and her dolls.

    "She was a maternal little girl who would dress her dollies up and put them to bed."

    Aisling's vocabulary was limited, but as a passionate eater, she could name quite a few foods.

    "Strawberries, tomatoes ... cheese is another favourite. She will happily say 'cheese'. I think if given half a chance she would empty the fridge of cheese."

    On behalf of the family, Ms Potts pleaded for the toddler's safe return.

    "We don't understand why it's been so long and we know nothing, so please tell us where she is. We just want her home."

    Two days after Aisling's disappearance on a bitterly cold night, the Symes were yesterday struggling to cope.

    Mr Ball said Angela, his sister, "is having trouble breathing she's crying so much".

    Aisling's father, who was "typically a stoic Irishman", had been fairly controlled but "he's having a hard day today ... has been breaking down a lot, which is not normal for a guy like him."

    Caitlin did not understand what had happened.

    "She's a typical 5-year-old who thinks it's a bit of a family party and doesn't understand why so many people are around."

    Mr Ball said that having grown up in the Longburn Rd house, he doubted she had been taken by the creek. "It was certainly a rainy day, but it didn't seem to me like it was life-threatening, certainly about 100m away [the creek] gets very deep and wide."

    But Aisling's passion for water, had been a concern. "We used to call her 'Splashling', he said. "But then she loved animals so that could have been the attraction."

    * Police are urging anyone with information to phone 0800 4 AISLING or call into a special police point in the Lincoln North Mall on Lincoln Rd.

    Police ask that people ringing the 0800 number do not suggest checking the dog registers. They say this is useful advice but has already been carried out.
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 13:01

    'Just look after Aisling', toddler's parents message to abductor
    Page 1 of 2View as a single page 1:03PM Thursday Oct 08, 2009
    By Rachel Tiffen

    Aisling Symes, 2, went missing on Monday evening. Photo / Supplied


    The parents of missing toddler Aisling Symes are not concerned about whoever has their daughter - they just want her returned safe and well.

    Speaking to the Herald this morning, mother Angela Symes cried as she said: "Just as long as they are looking after her."

    The toddler's aunt Aithne Potts urged anyone with information to come forward or just drop Aisling off somewhere safe.

    "As long as she's safe and well we don't give a damn [about who took her]."

    Police searching for Aisling are now looking at any reports of suspicious behaviour in the Henderson area in the past few weeks, particularly involving child-related offending.

    TV3 this morning reported that police were going to an address in Henderson after a possible sighting of Aisling, but the story was later taken off their website.

    As the search for the 2-year-old intensified yesterday, police confirmed they believed she had been abducted.

    Aisling disappeared about 5pm on Monday from her deceased grandparents' vacant Longburn Rd home, which her mother, Angela Symes, was cleaning.



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    Earlier, neighbour Cherie Tahitahi had heard Aisling and her sister, Caitlin, 5, giggling at some ducklings.

    Inquiry head Inspector Gary Davey said it was unlikely Aisling had been swept out to sea and police believed she could be with a stranger.

    Suspicious behaviour had been reported in the area recently, he said, but he would not say whether that involved paedophiles.

    "We will be profiling people of interest who were either predisposed to that type of behaviour or living in the area."

    Yesterday, police went door-knocking. They want people to report any suspicious behaviour within 5km of Longburn Rd.

    Early this week, police said an Asian women had been seen talking to Aisling just before her disappearance. The woman was in her 30s, about 165cm tall with a medium build and long straight black hair.

    She was wearing a black crew-neck top, with three-quarter-length sleeves, three-quarter-length blue jeans and black leather sandals and black socks.

    She had a black and grey medium-sized dog on a lead.

    "Someone will know who that Asian lady is with the dog and whether there have been sightings of an Asian woman in and around that Longburn Rd area," Mr Davey said.

    Police were confident Aisling was not in the area so had to look at the abduction scenario, "given her age and the possibility of how far she would move under her own steam".

    Last night, ESR forensic staff were seen in the Longburn Rd house. Mr Davey said they were doing a forensic search as part of "standard policing procedures".

    "Police have to keep an open mind as far as all possibilities, whether she's gone missing through misadventure or has been abducted. I think it would be remiss if we didn't keep all avenues open," he said.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 13:09

    Quelqu'un a offert une récompense mais la police l'a rejetée.

    Missing toddler: Police reject offer of reward
    Page 1 of 2View as a single page 3:06PM Friday Oct 09, 2009
    By Edward Gay and Alanah May Eriksen

    A member of the public is willing to put up $3000 for information that would lead to a missing two-year-old being found but police are not interested.

    Andy Holbrow said staff at his west Auckland business are "emotionally affected" by the disappearance of Aisling Symes.

    He said he is surprised that no one else has put up a reward.

    "You never know, do you? It could be just the thing that brings someone forward.

    "The sooner it is resolved, the better the outcome," Mr Holbrow said.

    But police spokesman Kevin Loughlin said police are not considering a reward and if they were it would have to go through police headquarters in Wellington.

    Aisling Symes has now been missing for four days and police believe in all likelihood that she has been abducted.

    The officer in charge of the investigation, Inspector Gary Davey, said a reward is not on the cards.

    Mr Davey said there is still strong support from the public.

    "It is far too early to talk about rewards at this stage and the support from the public has been tremendous at this stage, I don't believe a reward is either appropriate or necessary given the level of support that is out there," Mr Davey said at a press conference yesterday.



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    Meanwhile, members of the public have been calling police reporting toddlers who look like Aisling being seen with Asian women.

    A little European girl walking with an Asian woman in the Auckland Domain looked so similar to Aisling Symes the police had to hold a photo of the missing girl next to her face to rule her out.

    The incident was one of several false sightings police responded to yesterday, following calls from members of the public.
    But they have warned the public not to persecute "Asian women walking down the road".

    Auckland City Council parks officer Graeme Davies followed a woman and child around the Domain's Wintergardens pavilion yesterday afternoon concerned that the little girl, who looked to be about 2 years old, was Aisling.

    He said the four other council workers in the gardens agreed she looked similar so he called the police.

    "I phoned 111 and then followed them around, keeping a bit of a distance, trying to be inconspicuous.

    "She looked a lot like the girl that's been in the media. A council ranger approached the woman and asked who the little girl was. She said, 'My daughter', but she was Asian with long dark hair and the girl was European."

    The toddler seemed relaxed looking at the goldfish and sometimes held the woman's hand, Mr Davies said.

    The police arrived soon after to question the woman and phoned other people to confirm her story.

    They had to look at a photo of Aisling next to the little girl's face as the pair were so alike, Mr Davies said.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 13:11

    Toddler's lookalikes spark calls to police
    4:00AM Friday Oct 09, 2009
    By Alanah May Eriksen

    Aisling Symes


    A little European girl walking with an Asian woman in the Auckland Domain looked so similar to Aisling Symes the police had to hold a photo of the missing girl next to her face to rule her out.

    The incident was one of several false sightings police responded to yesterday, following calls from members of the public.

    But they have warned the public not to persecute "Asian women walking down the road".

    Auckland City Council parks officer Graeme Davies followed a woman and child around the Domain's Wintergardens pavilion yesterday afternoon concerned that the little girl, who looked to be about 2 years old, was Aisling.

    He said the four other council workers in the gardens agreed she looked similar so he called the police.

    "I phoned 111 and then followed them around, keeping a bit of a distance, trying to be inconspicuous.

    "She looked a lot like the girl that's been in the media. A council ranger approached the woman and asked who the little girl was. She said, 'My daughter', but she was Asian with long dark hair and the girl was European."


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    The toddler seemed relaxed looking at the goldfish and sometimes held the woman's hand, Mr Davies said.

    The police arrived soon after to question the woman and phoned other people to confirm her story.

    They had to look at a photo of Aisling next to the little girl's face as the pair were so alike, Mr Davies said.

    "I said, 'Sorry, I just couldn't let her go'," he said.

    "They said it was okay, 'She looked so similar, don't worry about it'... It was better to be safe than sorry."

    Police also swooped on a middle-aged Asian couple pushing a European toddler in a pushchair on Dominion Rd in Mt Eden North.

    The child turned out to be 20-month-old Ellen, whom the couple was babysitting, stuff.co.nz reported.

    The couple led two officers to an office block where the child's mother, Karen McChesney, was interviewed.

    "I can't imagine what they [Aisling's parents] are going through," Ms McChesney said.

    "Their girl is the same age as mine and I would be totally devastated if I was in their shoes."

    One of the Asian babysitters, Allen Yang, said he was shocked when officers descended on him and his wife. "I had seen the little girl on the news so I understand why they did [it]."

    Inspector Gary Davey said at a press conference yesterday afternoon that police had received a number of calls from the public but none of the sightings had panned out.

    "What we don't want to do is look at the public persecuting Asian women walking down the road. What we would say is that sightings that are out of the ordinary or fit the description should be reported to police.

    "We will investigate that professionally and thoroughly, but we don't want to be victimising anybody out there. That is unnecessary."

    TV3 reported yesterday morning that police were going to an address in Henderson after a possible sighting of Aisling, but the story was later taken off the network's website.

    Police searching for Aisling were yesterday looking at any reports of suspicious behaviour in the Henderson area in the past few weeks, particularly involving child-related offending.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 13:13

    J'ai lu ailleurs qu'en 60 ans il n'y a eu que 9 cas d'enfants disparus qui n'ont jamais été retrouvés, dont 4 présumés morts dans des accidents (deux dans un accident en mer, et deux dans un accident d'avion).
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 19:00

    Claude2 a écrit:
    J'ai lu ailleurs qu'en 60 ans il n'y a eu que 9 cas d'enfants disparus qui n'ont jamais été retrouvés, dont 4 présumés morts dans des accidents (deux dans un accident en mer, et deux dans un accident d'avion).

    où? en nouvelle zelande ou dans le monde? ca me semble peu.
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 19:05

    NZ. Lol.

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    Claude2 a écrit:
    J'ai lu ailleurs qu'en 60 ans il n'y a eu que 9 cas d'enfants disparus qui n'ont jamais été retrouvés, dont 4 présumés morts dans des accidents (deux dans un accident en mer, et deux dans un accident d'avion).

    où? en nouvelle zelande ou dans le monde? ca me semble peu.
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 22:17

    http://karratha.igwn.com.au/index.php/news/national-news/police-make-plea-on-missing-toddler,12032011

    Police make plea on missing toddler



    11/10/2009 | 11:44 AM

    The head of the investigation for missing toddler Aisling Symes has made a personal plea over her disappearance.
    About 60 police are looking for two-year-old Aisling, who was initially feared to have fallen into a waterway, but is now considered to have been abducted.
    She was last seen about 5.15pm last Monday outside her deceased grandparents' home on Longburn Rd, Henderson.
    Inspector Gary Davey said this afternoon he wanted whoever was responsible for her disappearance to contact him directly on 0800 4247 5464.
    "Whoever you are, you might be scared or intimidated by police activity over the past week.
    "Don't be - call me. We just want to know where Aisling is."
    Schools reopen tomorrow after holidays and Mr Davey acknowledged parents would more cautious about their children's safety.
    "I encourage communities to take whatever safety precautions they feel appropriate with regard to young children, without becoming unduly fearful.
    "Schools in the area will also be aware of the police investigation and, I'm sure, will be providing pupils with safety advice and reassurance."
    The investigation would be further boosted by additional police today and tomorrow, Mr Davey said.
    Police continued to canvas the Henderson area today and were still searching for a breakthrough in the case.
    They were working through a list of persons of interest and public reports of suspicious activity.
    A video of Aisling dancing was released yesterday to help keep the case in people's minds.
    Aisling was with her parents and her five-year-old sister when she went missing outside the house, which was being tidied in preparation for sale.
    Her mother, Angela, told of how she had been checking a washing machine just before she realised Aisling had vanished.
    The last confirmed sighting of the girl was with an Asian woman walking a dog in Longburn Rd.
    The case has attracted international interest, with Irish media following developments, as Aisling's father hails from county Waterford.
    In England, the parents of missing British girl Madeleine McCann expressed their sympathy with the Symes family.
    Madeleine disappeared on holiday in Portugal in May 2007, just days short of her fourth birthday, while her parents dined at a nearby hotel.
    Despite a massive worldwide hunt, she has not been found.
    Mr and Mrs McCann said their thoughts and prayers were with Aisling and her family.
    "We wish Aisling's parents the strength and support they will be needing at this most painful time, and we join them in hoping for Aisling's safe and speedy return," they said in a statement.
    "We urge anyone who has any information about Aisling to come forward to the local police as soon as possible and end this family's suffering."
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Dim 11 Oct - 22:48

    voila le site des parents

    http://www.helpfindmychild.net/aisling-symes
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 9:44

    Un organisme de bienfaisance va établir un système pour gérer les dons pour aider les parents et pour la recherche de la petite.

    $50,000 reward offered in Aisling Symes case

    5:49PM Monday Oct 12, 2009
    By Edward Gay and Rachel Tiffen


    Police Commissioner Howard Broad says the British aristocrat has offered a reward of $50,000 for information leading to the safe return of Aisling Symes.

    Last year, Lord Ashcroft offered a reward of $200,000 after the Waiouru Army Museum's war medals were stolen.

    The Henderson 2-year-old was last seen at 5pm last Monday, near her late grandparents' Longburn Rd home in the Auckland suburb of Henderson.

    A west Auckland school will tonight discuss student safety at a meeting tonight, following Aisling's disappearance.

    Henderson Intermediate principal Bruce Dale said the school was concerned about the safety of its students.

    "We're obviously concerned, we always are," Mr Dale said.

    Over at Don Buck School, principal Jennice Murray said there were some kids who were anxious not to get out of cars this morning.

    "We made sure there were some of us at the gate to take care of the anxiety," Ms Murray said.



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    She said there was an increase in foot traffic from mums this morning.

    Ms Murray said teachers are out in the afternoons to keep an eye on students as they leave school.

    She said she expects more parents to drop their kids at school now, rather than letting them walk or cycle.

    The number of police now working on the disappearance of Aisling has increased to 70, with no breakthrough a week on.

    Inspector Gary Davey said police had received a lot of information on the case.

    "We are still appealing for anyone who has her to come forward. We just want her back."

    He said today he was still hopeful someone had abducted the toddler and was looking after her but could not rule out other possibilities.

    "My own genuine hope or gut feeling is that somebody does have her and she is still alive," he told Newstalk ZB today.

    "I believe that. I am optimistic, I believe family are and certainly the investigation team are optimistic that we can find Aisling."

    Yesterday, Mr Davey urged the person responsible either to contact him or drop Aisling at a hospital.

    "Whoever you are, you might be scared or intimidated by police activity over the past week. Don't be - call me. We just want to know where Aisling is," he said.

    The last person to see Aisling was a 9-year-old child - who reported seeing an Asian woman with a dog approach the toddler near her late grandparents' Longburn Rd home just after 5pm last Monday.

    It is the strongest lead police have and they want to hear from anyone with information on the woman - described as being in her mid 30s, about 165cm tall, of medium build with long, straight black hair.

    The woman had a dog and was wearing a black crew-neck top with three-quarter-length sleeves, three-quarter-length blue jeans and black leather sandals with black socks.

    Mr Davey reminded parents to be vigilant "without becoming unduly fearful" when sending children back to school today.

    Longburn Rd was deserted yesterday, with unmarked police cars parked in the driveway of the house from which Aisling disappeared.

    Two houses down, Janet Neho said she was keeping a close eye on her children Jahkaliah, 3, and Jairah, 1.

    Mrs Neho was eager to join a Neighbourhood Watch group set up since Aisling's disappearance.

    Cherie Tahitahi, who lives next door to the house, said the group was formed "for safety" and because some people felt victimised by attention given to "persons of interest" in the area. The group would meet this week, with a police representative in attendance, she said.

    Across the road another member of the group said Aisling's disappearance was a wake-up call to the importance of knowing your neighbours.

    Police are reviewing CCTV footage from the area.

    Mr Davey said police would continue profiling people of interest, and sorting information from the public.

    "While several people of interest have been profiled by the intelligence section and suspect team, we have not had any strong information that might lead us directly to Aisling," he said.

    News of Aisling's disappearance is making headlines in father Allan Symes' native Ireland.

    He emigrated to New Zealand - with sister Aithne and mother Olwyn - more than 18 years ago.

    Mrs Symes said Aisling had started learning the Irish counting system and loved potatoes.

    "She always used to get into the spuds and when she started teething we would find bite marks in the raw potatoes."

    Thousands of New Zealanders have joined internet networking sites calling for Aisling's safe return.

    Kidsmart, a unit of Rapid Response Charitable Trust, has set up an online donation system - at www.givealittle.co.nz - to support the Symes family and the search for Aisling.

    - NEWSTALK ZB

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 10:00

    Ils viennent d'établir Crimestoppers en Nouvelle Zélande, basée sur le modèle Britannique qui garantit l'anonymat).

    En 21 ans, Crimestoppers UK a reçu plus d'un million d'appels qui pouvaient être utilisés et ont mené à plus de 90.000 arrestations et poursuites. Au RU, tous les quatre jours, quelqu'un est arrêté pour meurtre grâce à l'information reçue. Shocked

    Crimestoppers Launched In New Zealand

    Monday, 12 October, 2009 - 12:20

    Crimestoppers NZ will be launched today, giving New Zealanders an avenue to anonymously pass on information about crime and criminals to law enforcement agencies.

    Crimestoppers NZ has been set up as a charity and is completely independent of Police and other agencies, says its CEO and former Chief of Army Lou Gardiner.

    People can contact Crimestoppers anonymously by calling 0800 555 111 or submitting an encrypted online form via www.crimestoppers-nz.org.

    "The strength of the Crimestoppers service is that people who, for various reasons, may have been reluctant to contact law enforcement agencies directly now have a safe way of doing something about family violence, drugs, gangs, fraud, dishonesty and other types of anti-social behaviour and offending.

    "People don't have to reveal their identity or share any personal information. We give an absolute guarantee that calls and online reports cannot be traced. We don't need a statement and we don't need people to appear in court. All we want is information about the crime, not who the person with the information is," Mr Gardiner says.

    Crimestoppers will also run an Integrity Line service, which organisations and businesses can sign up to. It provides a safe way for employees to anonymously report crime or other types of undesirable behaviour, which will help provide transparency to shareholders, investors and taxpayers.

    The Western Union Company has joined forces with Crimestoppers NZ to roll-out a national Security Awareness and Fraud Education (SAFE) programme. The programme will involve an awareness campaign about the do's and don'ts when utilizing its money transfer services.

    Crimestoppers NZ is modelled on the UK service, which has been running there successfully for more than 20 years.

    Its genesis in New Zealand was the 2007 theft of 11 sets of medals from the Waiouru Army Museum.

    Founder, Chairman of Crimestoppers UK and Victoria Cross collector Lord Ashcroft KCMG, helped post a reward for the return of the medals. While in New Zealand, he discussed setting up Crimestoppers here with Police Commissioner Howard Broad.

    Businessman and Police advisor John Perham was asked to establish the charity in New Zealand and chair the Board of Trustees. Other trustees are Dr Allan Freeth, Chief Executive of TelstraClear, retired Assistant Police Commissioner Gavin Jones, advisor and director Phillip Meyer and CEO Lou Gardiner.

    Lord Ashcroft has made the Crimestoppers UK intellectual property and branding available to Crimestoppers NZ to enable the service to quickly get off the ground.

    He is confident the service will soon be as valuable in New Zealand as it is in the UK.

    "During our 21 years, Crimestoppers UK has received over 1 million actionable calls which have resulted in more than 90,000 arrests and charges. Every four days someone is arrested for murder in the UK as a result of information passed to us," Lord Ashcroft said.

    Until a New Zealand call centre can be set up, calls to the Crimestoppers phone number and online crime reports will be handled by the UK Crimestoppers call centre.

    Call takers will then send the anonymous information to New Zealand Police for action. Police will deal with criminal matters and pass on information about other types of offending to the appropriate enforcement agency.

    "Crimestoppers does not interfere with the public's duty to come forward and give information as witnesses and many people will continue to do this," Mr Gardiner says.

    "However its guarantee of anonymity will give law enforcement agencies an extra stream of information that they haven't had access to before. It will help them solve crime earlier and apprehend criminals more quickly. As a result, our communities will be safer.

    "It's a very exciting development for New Zealand and New Zealanders," he says.

    Crimestoppers New Zealand has been made possible by extensive support from several organisations including Chapman Tripp, Ernst and Young, Gen-i, Manukau City Council, New Zealand Police, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Quantum, St John, TelstraClear and Western Union.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 11:52

    Body found in hunt for Aisling
    By CLIO FRANCIS - Stuff.co.nz Last updated 21:23 12/10/2009

    LATEST: Police have found a body this evening after searchers dug behind a west Auckland property, near the location where Aisling Symes went missing a week ago.

    Inspector Gary Davies said at a press conference that a body had been found just before 8pm in a drain.
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    The house is near the property formerly owned by Aisling's deceased grandparents in Henderson. An address in Pomaria Rd, which backs on to the property is also under police guard as the hunt for the missing two-year-old intensifies.

    Fire officers and police are digging land located down a long driveway off the Pomaria Rd address, which backs on to a creek and neighbours Aisling's grandparents' house in Longburn Rd.

    The area has been covered with tarpaulin and is being searched by around 15 police officers under lights.

    It is understood police have also searched a septic tank at the back of the section.

    Around 200 people have gathered outside the property where the sound of heavy machinery has been heard and a helicopter has also been hovering nearby.

    Fire services have confirmed they are working with concrete cutters at the scene.

    Family members who attended a church service this evening praying for Aisling's safe return were also called away. Aisling's parents were not in attendance.

    Firefighters have been working since about 6pm on the Pomaria Rd address.

    http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/crime/2953153/Body-found-in-hunt-for-Aisling
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 12:04

    Missing toddler: Police find child's body in drain
    BREAKING 9:51PM Monday Oct 12, 2009
    By Staff reporters


    Missing toddler: Mayor confirms body found
    It was with "tremendous sorrow" that Inspector Gary Davey confirmed to a crowd outside a west Auckland home that a child's body had been found earlier this evening.

    The body is that of a young child found in a drain.

    The property was very close to the Longburn address where two-year-old toddler Aisling Symes went missing last Monday.

    Mr Davey said it was too early to say how the child got in the drain or how long it had been there.

    He said police were speaking to the family now.

    "The immediate scene has been condoned off and treated as a crime scene," he said.

    "I know you've got a lot of questions and so do I."

    Mr Davey said the body had not yet been identified as Aisling Symes.

    A group of neighbours are holding candles across the roadfrom where the body was found.

    Earlier, the Mayor of Waitakere Bob Harvey confirmed to the NZ Herald a body had been found near the Henderson property where two-year-old Aisling went missing.

    Earlier, neighbours reported a drainage crew inspecting a storm water line near the property with a camera.

    A police camera crew has just entered the crimescene.

    A senior crime officer was seen entering the area with a small box with nother policeman entered the area with an industrial flashlight.

    Police and the fire service have been excavating at the back of the Henderson property with 3News reporting raw sewage spilling from the excavation site.

    Firefighters have been working on the storm water drain since about 6pm on Pomaria Rd, a street connecting with Longburn Rd.

    Officers continue to guard access points leading to the stream behind 7 Longburn Rd, the former home of Aisling's deceased grandparents.

    The developments have seen a crowd of neighbours, children and other community members gather outside the property.

    Aisling was last seen at 5pm last Monday, near the Longburn Rd home.

    Police earlier today cancelled a press conference scheduled for this afternoon.

    Aisling's mother, Angela, has maintained her daughter went missing while she had her back turned at the house.

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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 12:12

    Retrouvée semble-t-il pas très loin de chez elle

    Attendons d'être sûr mais je partage la douleur des parents à celle de l'horreur ...
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 12:33

    mon Dieu...

    je n'ai pas bien compris si c'est dans des tuyaux dans la rue ou dans une maison à côté?
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 12:40

    Si tu remontes, tu verras le lien vers le site de la police avec un plan. Il y a des petits ruisseaux et des systèmes de drainage (la mer n'est pas loin). Je n'ai pas encore compris où ils ont trouvé le corps exactement. La police avait monté la garde autour d'une autre maison pas très loin. Ca peut être un accident, comme ça peut être autre chose.
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 12:56

    Une voisine l'avait entendue rigoler avec des canetons à l'arrière de la maison. Si elle les avait suivis et que l'herbe n'était pas coupée... A suivre.

    Pauvre puce.


    When Aisling went missing

    Cherie Tahitahi, who lives next to the house from which Aisling went missing, was outside smoking when she heard Mrs Symes shout out, about 5pm on Monday.

    "I asked 'What's the matter?' and she said 'Aisling's missing'."

    She said the young mother was panicking and had not thought to phone the police. Mrs Tahitahi, her husband Darren and their sons Jarrod, 9, and Troy, 7, started searching.

    That afternoon Mrs Tahitahi had heard Aisling and her sister, Caitlin, giggling at ducklings at the back of the house while their mother cleaned.

    It all happened very quickly, she said.

    "She turned her back for like a minute and the little one was gone," said Mrs Tahitahi.

    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/article.cfm?c_id=1&objectid=10601841&pnum=2
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    MessageSujet: Re: Aisling Symes 2 ans NZ   Lun 12 Oct - 13:51

    quelle horreur mon dieu
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