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Emails may provide clues to woman’s disappearance

Wednesday 1 November 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Emails may provide clues to woman’s disappearance
Venezuelan woman Lissette Brito went missing off the yacht Zangano about 40 nautical miles south-west of Rarotonga in late August 2016. Cook Islands Police say the Australian Federal Police are still completing forensic analysis of computer hardware seized from the yacht's owner, Alexander MacKinnon Roehrs. Picture thought to be taken by Roehrs at a marina in either Fiji or Samoa. 17103013

The boat has sailed, but retired Victorian policeman and Rarotongan local Rod Henderson is demanding answers about the disappearance of a woman that went missing from the yacht Zangano over 12 months ago, and is now presumed dead.

The boat has sailed, but retired Victorian policeman and Rarotongan local Rod Henderson is demanding answers about the disappearance of a woman that went missing from the yacht Zangano over 12 months ago, and is now presumed dead.


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