Police Appeal For Man To Call Over Caroline Graham Case

Officers investigating the disappearance and murder of Caroline Graham in Portadown in 1989 have appealed for a man who called them over the weekend to get back in touch.

The man is understood to have contacted police on Saturday. He did not leave his name, but police believe he may have important information in relation to the case.

Ms Graham was 19 when she disappeared in April 1989. Originally from Newry, she had been living with her boyfriend in Hanover Street in Portadown when she went missing. Her body has never been found.

Issuing a short statement, a spokesperson for the PSNI said: "Police believe he may have important information. He is asked to phone detectives on 02890 700 727 or 07585 22 82 83. Any information will be treated in the strictest confidence."


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