Missing mother and baby thought to be in Tipperary

Missing mother and baby thought to be in Tipperary

Gardaí believe a missing mother and her newborn daughter from Co Roscommon may be in Tipperary.

23-year-old Paige Holland left her home in Westview, Cloonfad, last Friday, with her baby.

They were last seen with Aaron Tighe, also known as Aaron Chadwick or Ian Smith.

Paige is 5ft 6in tall, of medium build with blonde, shoulder length hair and has an English accent.

Superintendent Pat Murphy of Thurles Garda Station told Tipp FM they want to make sure she is safe and well: “We believe the mother and daughter are in the mid Tipperary area and we are urgently looking for them.

“We are appealing for any help from the public in that regard.

“If they see Paige Holland who is also known as Abby Goodyear or Paige Goodyear and her nine-day-old baby, please contact the Garda station either in Thurles or any Garda station or our confidential line we are urgently looking for Paige.

“We want to establish where she is, we want to establish that she is safe and well.”


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