Teenage Girl Missing From South Belfast

Teenager Aoife Duffin has been reported missing from the South Belfast area.

The 17-year-old is described as being approximately 5'4" in height, slim build with shoulder length black hair and a nose piercing.

She was last seen wearing a hip length black coat, black dress, black boots and carrying a purple and green handbag.

She is believed to be in the Belfast/North Down area.
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PSNI have appealed for anyone with information on Aoife's whereabouts to contact them on the non-emergency contact number 101 quoting reference number 3 of 28/09/2018.


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