Gardaí search for teenager missing for four days

Gardaí search for teenager missing for four days

A teenage girl has gone missing from her home in Co Kildare.

Gardaí are searching for 14-year-old Teigan Mellor, who went missing from her home at Fontstown, Athy, Co. Kildare, since July 20.

10am, Friday July 25 UPDATE: Gardaí have found Teigan Mellor, safe and well.

They believe she may have travelled to Waterford city.

Teigan is described as 5’ 3'', with long black hair shaven on the left side, green eyes, and her lower lip is pierced.

Teigan was wearing a black top and leggings. She was last seen on Sunday night at 8pm.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Athy Garda Station on 059-8634210, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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