31/05/2017

Police Appeal For Missing Woman Mary Martin

Police have launched an appeal to help trace missing woman Mary Martin, aged 65.

She was last seen in the Blacks Road area in west Belfast, however police believe she may have headed towards south Belfast.
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A PSNI spokesperson said: "The photo we have is 13 years old and we believe that Mary is a little heavier now with grey hair. When she was last seen she was wearing a baggy grey blouse and jeans. She is approximately 5ft 2inches height.

"If you can help please call 101 and quote incident 404 from 22/5/17."

(CD)

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