Missing teen Natasha McNeill located safe and well

Missing teen Natasha McNeill located safe and well

March 31st: Missing teen Natasha McNeill has been found safe and well.

The 17-year-old, who had last been seen in Carlow, was located last night.

Gardaí had appealed to the public on Thursday for help in finding the teenager who had been missing for a week.

They would like to thank the public for their assistance in locating Natasha.

March 29th: Gardaí are seeking the public's in help in finding a teenager who has been missing for a week.

17-year-old Natasha McNeill was last seen in Carlow on March 22 at 4.30pm.

Natasha is being described as 5 foot 2 inches in height and of slim build.

She has tattoos on her right ankle and wrists and was last seen wearing grey and blue leggings, a black jacket and black runners.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Carlow Garda Station.

- Digital Desk

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