Missing Woman's Body Is Found In County Tyrone

The body of a missing woman has been identified as Lisa Magowan, according to an online campaign.

The woman, 44, has been missing for almost two weeks. Her body was recovered in County Tyrone on Sunday.

The body has no been formally identified according to police.

A statement of a Facebook page which was set up to find Mrs Mcgowan reads: "On behalf of my family and friends, we would like to inform you that Lisa was found late last night.

"Sadly Lisa is no longer with us. Paddy and Lisa's family want to thank everyone for their prayers and support."


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