Gardaí concerned for woman reported missing from Tipperary last Friday

Gardaí concerned for woman reported missing from Tipperary last Friday

Gardaí are trying to trace a missing 37-year-old woman from Co Tipperary.

Bridget Madigan from Wellington Street in Clonmel was reported missing by members of her family last Friday, June 17.

Bridget is 5 feet 4 inches tall with long brown and blonde hair.

When last seen, she was wearing black knee high boots with gold heels and soles, a black padded long jacket and black leggings.

Gardaí are concerned for Bridget’s welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact Clonmel garda station on 052 6177640, The Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666111 or any garda station.


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