Gardaí 'concerned' for young woman missing with one-week-old baby daughter

Gardaí 'concerned' for young woman missing with one-week-old baby daughter
Paige Holland and Aaron Tighe

Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing a young woman missing with her one-week-old daughter.

Paige Holland, 23, (also known as Abbie Goodier or Paige Goodie) and her one-week-old daughter Nevaeh Goodier/Tighe left their home at Westview, Cloonfad, Co Roscommon last Friday, January 15.

Gardaí at Castlerea Garda Station are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing them.

Paige is described as being 5’6in in height, of medium build with blonde shoulder length hair. She has a strong English accent. It is not known what clothing she was wearing when last seen.

Nevaeh was born on January 13.

Paige and Nevaeh are believed to be travelling with her boyfriend Aaron Tighe, also known as Aaron Chadwick or Ian Smith. He is 22 years old and is described as 5’6in tall, medium build, with short brown/fair hair. He also has a strong English accent.

Gardaí are not aware of what form of transport is being used and say the three may be travelling by public transport.

Gardaí are requesting Paige to make contact with Castlerea Garda Station as soon as possible.

Gardaí, who say they are concerned for the welfare of Paige and her daughter, have asked anyone with information to contact Castlerea Garda Station on 094 9621630, the Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.


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