Gardaí search for missing Galway teenager

Gardaí search for missing Galway teenager

Gardaí have asked for the public’s help to find missing teenager Klaudia Sadowska.

The 15-year-old has been missing from her home in Lissadyra, Tuam, Co Galway since last Friday evening.

Klaudia was last seen when she left her home at about 7pm.

She is described as being 5 ft 3' in height, slim build, long brown hair and a fair complexion, blue eyes and an Irish accent.

It is not known what she was wearing when she left her home.

Gardaí are concerned for Klaudia's welfare and anyone with information are asked to contact Tuam Garda Station on 093-24202, The Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.

Update (Tuesday, May 17, 10.20am): Klaudia Sadowska has been found safe and well.


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