Teenage girl missing from Cork

Teenage girl missing from Cork

Update Sunday August 30: Leigh Arundel has been located safe and well.

Gardaí are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 15-year-old Leigh Arundel missing from Knocknaheeny, Cork City since Monday, August 24.

Leigh was last seen leaving her home in Knocknaheeny, Cork at approximately 9am on Monday.

Leigh is descibed as being 5' 5" in height, of average build with blonde hair and blue eyes.

When last seen Leigh was wearing a black coloured bomber jacket, check shirt and navy jeans.

Gardaí are concearned for Leigh's welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact Gurranabraher Garda Station on 021 4946200, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.

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