Latest: Missing Cork woman Deirdre Aherne found safe and well

Latest: Missing Cork woman Deirdre Aherne found safe and well

Update - 7.30am, April 25, 2018: Gardaí say Deirdre Aherne has been found safe and well.

1.31pm, April 24, 2018: Gardaí have appealed for the public's help to find missing Cork woman Deirdre Aherne.

The 35-year-old was last seen yesterday evening at around 5pm.

She is described as being 5' 3", slim build, with long brown, blonde hair.

When last seen she was wearing a black fleece sheepskin jacket, black leggings, and a wine-coloured top.

Anyone who has seen Deirdre or who can assist in locating her is asked to contact Bishopstown Garda Station on (021) 462 4500 or any Garda Station.

- Digital desk

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