Appeal Issued For Missing Teenagers

Police have issued an appeal to trace two missing teenagers who are believed to be together.

Grace Douglas, 15 and Corey Lee Marshall, 17 were last seen in Belfast City Centre at around 11pm on Thursday, June 3.

They are believed to have links to Whitehead and Carrickfergus.

Grace is 5ft4, slim build, has bleached blonde hair with dark roots and was wearing a maroon hoodie, red t-shirt and grey jogging bottoms.
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Corey is described as 6ft2, slim build, with shaved brown hair and was wearing grey tracksuit bottoms and a white, navy and red Adidas top.

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