14-year-old Lily Anne Martin found safe and well

14-year-old Lily Anne Martin found safe and well

Update 8.10pm: 14-year-old Lily Anne Martin, who was missing from her home in Douglas, Co. Cork, has been found safe and well.

Gardaí say no further action is required.

Earlier: Gardaí and family 'concerned' for missing Cork girl

Gardaí and family members have said they are concerned for the welfare of a missing Cork teenager.

14-year-old Lily Anne Martin was last seen on Friday when she left her home at Elm Drive, Shamrock Lawn, Douglas, at 9am.

Lily is around five foot two inches tall, and has brown hair, brown eyes and is of slim build.

She was wearing her school uniform - a light blue jumper and t-shirt and dark blue skirt - when she was last seen.

Anyone with information on Lily's whereabouts is asked to contact Gardaí.

- Digital Desk


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