30/10/2015

Police Appeal For Missing Coleraine Woman

Police have issued an appeal for help to trace missing 24-year-old Jade Duggan.

She has been missing from her home in Coleraine since Friday, 23 October.

Jade is believed to have travelled to Ballymena from Coleraine on Friday afternoon.

Sergeant Michael O'Loan said: "Jade's family are becoming increasingly concerned about her welfare. I share that concern and we are working hard to establish her whereabouts.

"If you know Jade and have heard from her since Friday 23 October, please get in touch with police.
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"Also, please contact us if you have seen a person fitting Jade’s description since then. Jade is described as around 5 foot in height and of medium build and has a tribal style tattoo on her left hand."

(CD)

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