Renewed appeal for girl, 16, missing from Dublin

Renewed appeal for girl, 16, missing from Dublin

Gardaí in Ronanstown in Dublin are renewing their appeal for the public's help to find 16-year-old Jodie Mulvihill, who is missing since August 17.

She is described as being 5'5", with brown hair and a nose piercing, of slim build with brown eyes.

When last seen Jodie was wearing a black jacket, grey bottoms and white runners.

Jodie was last seen on Main Street, Swords.

It is believed she may be in the Mullingar area.

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