Gardaí renew appeal for missing Tipperary woman

Gardaí renew appeal for missing Tipperary woman

Gardaí are renewing their appeal for help in finding missing Tipperary woman Bridget Madigan.

The 37-year-old went missing on June 15 and the last two confirmed sightings of her were on the February 8 on the Western Road and on O Connell Street in Clonmel.

She's described as being 5ft 4”, of medium build with long light brown hair and when last seen she was wearing black knee high boots with gold around the heel, a black padded long jacket and black leggings.

Bridget lived in Clonmel, but has been known to visit England.

Gardaí say there has been no activity in her bank account and that she has not registered to receive her medication since February.

Her family members and Gardaí are anxious to find her.

An incident room has been established at Clonmel Garda Station and a Family Liaison Officer has been appointed.


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