The body of missing Dublin woman Jennifer Deysel Crosbie has been found

Update 12.27pm:The body of missing Jennifer Deysel Crosbie has been found, Gardaí have said.

Gardaí have said no further action is required and thanked the public for their assistance.

The 41-year-old went missing from the Ballsbridge area on Thursday.

Earlier:Gardaí are continuing their appeal for a missing woman in Dublin whose family is concerned for her welfare.

Jennifer Deysel Crosbie (41), from the Ballsbridge area, has been missing since Thursday.

Jennifer is described as being 5ft 2" in height, of slim build with shoulder length blonde hair.

When last seen she was wearing green shorts, navy tights, black heeled boots and a navy jacket.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the Gardaí.

The body of missing Dublin woman Jennifer Deysel Crosbie has been found


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