Appeal Issued To Help Trace Woman And Three Children

Police have issued an appeal for information to help trace a mother and her three children.

Kelly Lloyd, aged 35, described as being "high risk", is thought to have travelled by boat to Belfast.

A PSNI spokesperson said: "We are urgently trying to locate Kelly Lloyd (35) and her three children.

"They are high risk missing persons from Wales.
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"They recently travelled by boat to Belfast but could now be anywhere in Ireland."

Anyone who has seen Ms Lloyd and her children is urged to phone 101 ref 884.


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