Gardaí search for missing teenager Kaitlyn Doyle

Gardaí search for missing teenager Kaitlyn Doyle

Update 11pm: Kaitlyn Doyle has been found safe and well.

Gardaí have asked for the public's help in finding missing Meath teenager Kaitlyn Doyle.

The 16-year-old has been missing from Navan since approximately 11.30pm yesterday.

Gardaí search for missing teenager Kaitlyn Doyle

When last seen she was wearing blue skinny jeans, green long sleeve hooded jacket and a beige handbag.

He is described as being 5’ 8’’ tall, slim build and long straight brown hair.

Gardaí and Kaitlyn's family are very concerned for her welfare and are appealing for anyone who has seen Kaitlyn or who can assist in locating her is asked to contact Navan Garda Station on 046 9036100, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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