Missing Kerry teen 'may be in Cork'

Missing Kerry teen 'may be in Cork'

Gardaí in Tralee, Co Kerry, are anxious to trace the whereabouts of 17-year-old Shanice Coffey.

Shanice was last seen last Tuesday at approximately 10.50pm in the Tralee area.

It is believed that she may now be in the Cork area.

When last seen she was wearing a white jumper with grey stripes, a black zipped hooded top and white runners. She is described as being 5’4” in height, of medium build, long black shoulder-length hair and blue eyes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Tralee garda station 066 7102300, the Garda Confidential Line 1 800 666 111 or any Garda station.

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