Kathleen Karina HARRIS

                                            

                                                                                               Above - A digitally enhanced image of what Kathleen may look like now

Kathleen Karina HARRIS
DOB: 1983
HAIR: Brown
CIRCUMSTANCES:
Kathleen has been missing from her flat at Huskisson since 31 May, 1999. She had a medical condition for which she took regular medication. She did not keep an appointment at Nowra Hospital on the day she disappeared.
Reported missing to: Huskisson Police Station.

Ten year anniversary of teenage girl's disappearance - Huskisson

2009-06-19 10:24:16

 
NSW Police continuing to investigate the disappearance of a teenage girl on the state's South Coast 10 years ago are renewing their appeal for public assistance.
 
Kathleen Harris was last seen at her home at Keppel Street, Huskisson, about 9pm on 31 May 1999.
 
At the time of her disappearance, the 15-year-old was in good spirits and had made arrangements to meet with friends the following day, but never showed up.
 
Police have genuine fears for her safety and have been told her disappearance is completely out of character.  Investigators would like to speak to anyone who can provide them with information about the circumstances surrounding her disappearance.
 
Kathleen has made no contact with family and friends in Australia and overseas in the past 10 years and there are grave concerns for her welfare.
 
Kathleen was born in Costa Rica. At the time of her disappearance she was 160-169cm tall, with a slim build, brown to blonde collar-length hair and an olive complexion.
 
She was last seen wearing brown corduroy jeans, a white long-sleeved top and pair of brown strap-up boots. All of her personal belongings and clothing were found at her unit by police.
 
Anyone with information about Kathleen's disappearance or with knowledge of her whereabouts is urged to contact Nowra Detectives on (02) 4421-9699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.

Police renew appeal for information into historical missing person case - Huskisson

2009-06-26 05:32:21

 
Police are renewing their appeal for information into the disappearance of a teenage girl on the state's South Coast 10 years ago.
 
Sunday 31 May 2009 marked the 10-year anniversary of the disappearance of Kathleen Harris, who went missing from her Keppel Street home in Huskisson.
 
At the time of her disappearance, Kathleen was 15-years-old and was last seen at 9pm after making plans to meet with her friends.
 
Following last week's appeal in which police released a digitally enhanced image of what Kathleen Harris may look like now, police received some strong leads with detectives seizing a vehicle which was allegedly seen in the area at the time.
 
The vehicle will be examined by specialist forensic officers for any clues into the teenager's disappearance.
 
Investigators hold grave concerns for Ms Harris's safety and welfare as her disappearance is said to be out-of-character and she has not made contact with her family or friends since 1999.
 
Police would like to hear from anyone who might have vital information which could solve the puzzle into Kathleen's disappearance.
 
Kathleen, who was born in Costa Rica, was 160-169cm tall, with a slim build, brown to blonde collar-length hair and an olive complexion.
 
She was last seen wearing brown corduroy jeans, a white long-sleeved top and a pair of brown strap-up boots. All of her personal belongings and clothing were found at her home by police.
 
Members of the public with information about Kathleen's disappearance are urged to contact Nowra Detectives on (02) 4421 9699 or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000. People can be assured that their call will be treated in the strictest confidence and they may remain anonymous.

 

Police reopen unsolved case of missing Huskisson teen

20 Jun, 2009 04:00 AM - Illawarra Mercury

 

Ten years have passed since a teenage girl went missing on the South Coast, but police are still on the case, renewing calls for anyone to come forward with information.

Police have genuine fears for Kathleen Harris, 15, who was last seen at her home in Keppel St, Huskisson, about 9pm on May 31, 1999.

Her disappearance was out of character and all her personal belongings were found at her home by police.

Kathleen was born in Costa Rica but has made no contact with family or friends overseas or in Australia in the past 10 years.

When she disappeared, she was approximately 160-169cm tall, with a slim build and brown to blonde collar-length hair.

She was last seen wearing brown corduroy jeans and a white top.

Police have issued a digitally enhanced image of what Kathleen may look like today.

Anyone with information should contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or Nowra police on 4421 9699.

 

NEW LEAD

BY GLENN ELLARD - South Coast Register
01 Jul, 2009 08:17 AM

 

Missing person

Name: Kathleen Harris

Age: 15

Address: Keppel Street, Huskisson

Last seen: May 31, 1999

Breakthrough in 10-year-old mystery of missing teenager

A CAR has been seized and police are awaiting the results of scientific tests as they continue investigating the 10-year-old disappearance of Huskisson teenager Kathleen Harris.

While police would not reveal the type of car or the area from which it was seized, the vehicle represents an important breakthrough in the case.

And it prompted a renewed call for public assistance to help find out what happened to the 15-year-old Huskisson girl, who has not been seen by family or friends since May 31, 1999.

She left her Keppel Street home at about 9pm on the day, but did not keep plans to meet up with friends the following day in an act described as completely out of character.

She had made no contact with any of her known friends or family in the 10 years since then and police admit they hold grave fears for her safety.

At the time of her disappearance Kathleen was well known within the Huskisson community and had a wide circle of friends and acquaintances.

Shortly after the 10-year anniversary of her disappearance police made an appeal for information about what happened to Kathleen, bringing forward a number of new leads including information about the car.

Scientific officers in Sydney are examining the car for any clues to Kathleenís disappearance.

Police are also following other lines of inquiry prompted by the call for information, and on Friday Shoalhaven Local Area Commander Superintendent Wayne Starling made another appeal for public information on Kathleenís whereabouts in the hope of uncovering more clues.

Anyone with information about Kathleenís disappearance is asked to contact Nowra Police on 4421 9699, or Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000.


 

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