07/01/2016

Police Appeal For Missing Coleraine Man Andrew Smith

Police are appealing for information to trace missing Coleraine man Andrew Smith.

Mr Smith, 28, was last seen in the Ballysally area at around midnight. He is believed to have been driving a white Ford Focus.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "We are keen to establish Andrew's whereabouts and that he is safe and well. Police can be contacted on 101."

(CD/LM)

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