Child Rescue Ireland Alert cancelled as Roscommon mother and children located

Child Rescue Ireland Alert cancelled as Roscommon mother and children located

Gardaí say the mother and three children at the centre of a Child Rescue Ireland Alert have been found safe and well.

Child Rescue Ireland Alert cancelled as Roscommon mother and children located Gregg children

The PSNI located Fiona Gregg, Killian, aged eight, Elisha aged six, and Derbhla aged two in the Enniskillen area of County Fermanagh.

Fiona Gregg

Gardaí are thanking the public and the media for their assistance during this C.R.I. Alert

Gardaísay it is a sensitive case and are appealing for privacy for the Gregg family.

Update at 12.30am

An off-duty police officer in the north located Fiona Gregg and her three young children at a petrol station in Enniskillen, Co Fermanagh.

The ISPCC has praised officers for their swift response

The PSNI says a woman in her 40s has been taken into custody under the Mental Health Act and three children are now in the care of the social services.


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