Gardaí issue appeal for missing Waterford woman

Gardaí issue appeal for missing Waterford woman
Linda Murray

Gardaí at Lismore, Co Waterford are seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 44-year-old Linda Murray missing from her home at Church Street, Lismore Co Waterford since Sunday the 16th November 2014.

Linda was last seen at her home in Lismore on Sunday at approximately 2am.

She is described as being 5’4” in height, of medium build with short blonde hair.

When last seen Linda was wearing a 3/4 length coat with a black hood and a white polo shirt with short sleeves.

She was also carrying a black hold all bag.

There is a possible sighting of a lady matching Linda’s description on Cathedral Road, Gurranabraher in Cork City at approximately 3.30pm today.

Gardaí and family members are concerned for Linda’s welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact Lismore Garda Station on (058) 72030, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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