17/04/2019

Police Appeal For Help To Trace Woman Missing From Craigavon

Police have issued an appeal for help to trace a woman missing from the Craigavon area.

Chelsea Caherty left the Craigavon Area Hospital on the morning of Monday 15 April and her whereabouts since then is unknown.
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Anyone who has information which may help detectives trace her is urged to contact non-emergency line 101 quoting reference number 390 of 15/04/19.



(JG)

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