Search after report of missing kayaker

BLAIR ENSOR
POLICE REPORTER
Last updated 11:43 27/08/2012

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Emergency services and a helicopter searched in Porirua after reports a person had tipped out of a kayak.

Senior Sergeant David Houston said Coastguard, police and a helicopter searched Te Onepoto Inlet after three calls from members of the public.

Mr Houston said they searched the harbour but no-one was found and staff were stood down about 11.30am.

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