Appeal Issued After Alliance Councillor Goes Missing

Alliance Party leader Naomi Long has appealed for information to help trace one of her councillors David Armitage.

Mr Armitage represents part of east Belfast.

Ms Long tweeted: "We need to locate him urgently.
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"The constituency office is open from 3.30pm, if you can help us search. If you see him, contact me.

"David, if you see this, get in touch. We need to know you are safe x."


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