13/07/2021

Police Appeal For Help To Find Missing Woman

An appeal has been launched to help locate a missing woman who was last seen leaving the Ulster Hospital.

Laura Hogg, 33, left the hospital in Dundonald at approximately 9am on Saturday 11 July. It is believed she may have been in the Comber area some time after this.

She has been described as approximately 5ft 10inches height with blonde hair.
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Police are urging anyone who has any information in regards to her whereabouts to call 101 and quote reference 2210 of 12/07/2021.


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