'Increasing concern' for pair missing for 10 days

'Increasing concern' for pair missing for 10 days

Police in the North are becoming increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of two young people from Co Armagh.

Seventeen-year-old Chelsea McGarry and Daire McIlroy, 21, have been missing since Tuesday, March 29.

They are believed to be in each other's company and were seen at Dublin Airport last weekend.

Chelsea is described as about 5ft 2in, of slim build with shoulder length blonde hair and blue eyes. When last seen she was wearing a gold, quilted jacket.

Daire is around 5ft 4in, of medium build with dark brown hair, green eyes and tattoos on his neck and arm. When last seen he was wearing a navy Adidas tracksuit.

Police have appealed for the pair or anyone with information to contact officers at Craigavon on 101.

Anyone calling from the Republic of Ireland is asked to phone 44 28 9065 0222.


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