Gardaí issue appeal for teenage girl missing for five days

Gardaí issue appeal for teenage girl missing for five days

Gardaí are asking for help in tracing a teenage girl from Cork who has been missing for five days.

16-year-old Natasha McNeill, from Ballinaspittle, was last seen on Sunday, December 11.

She is described as five foot six in height, of slight build, with brown eyes and dark, plum-coloured hair with a long pony tail.

When last seen, she was wearing black jeans, black boots and a bright blue hoodie.

Gardaí believe Natasha may be in the Clonmel area of Tipperary.

Gardaí issue appeal for teenage girl missing for five days


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