Who is Aimee-Jane Smith? Bio, Wiki, Age, Missing, Police Report

Aimee-Jane Smith
Aimee-Jane Smith

Aimee-Jane Smith Bio – Aimee-Jane Smith Wiki

Aimee-Jane Smith went missing early in the morning from St Heliers, and police have released photos of her from a sighting on that day in the Meadowbank area. She wore white shoes, dark shorts, and a light blue or grey coloured sweatshirt.


Aimee-Jane Smith is 21years old.


Aimee-Jane Smith, 21, went missing on September 30 from her home in St Heliers.
Her family has thanked the community for searching for their “caring” daughter. It was the second time she had gone missing in a week after being reported missing from St Luke’s Mall on September 28.

She was found by police the next day before disappearing again.
On Monday, family, friends, community members, and police continued to scour Auckland for any sign of Smith.

Finlay Smith, her father, said he was very grateful for the help the community had given in helping to find his “loving, capable and caring daughter. “We look forward to being with her very soon – Aimee is loved by many, and her friends, family, and community are doing everything we can to help and search.”

He said the search was ongoing, and his daughter hadn’t interacted with anyone through social media since she disappeared.
Missing person fliers for Smith had been spotted around the city, with one in Commercial Bay stating she left home about 3 am.

Police said Smith was sighted in Meadowbank on the day she went missing wearing white shoes, a light blue or grey coloured jumper, and dark-coloured shorts.

Smith also has a distinctive tattoo down her left leg and is five foot three inches tall. Searchers had looked all over the city from Bombay up to Muriwai, focusing on public reserves and West Coast beaches.

Smith was a regular attendee of Life Church in Auckland. A spokesperson for the church said it was a “very concerning time,” and they were praying she’d come home soon.

“Aimee-Jane is a much-loved young person in our church, we’ve been assisting police in their efforts to find her, and we thank them for their thorough investigation.

“Our message to anyone who has any information regarding her whereabouts is to please be in touch so we can bring her home safely.” A police spokesperson said police were continuing to appeal to the public for help to find Smith.

They said her family, friends, and police had serious concerns for her welfare and wanted to ensure she was safe.

The spokesperson urged anyone with information to call the police on 111. Information could also be provided by calling the police on 105 and referencing file 220930/4710.

“We would also like to take this opportunity to thank all those who have already contacted the police with information.”