Gardaí Issue Fresh Appeal Over Ciara Breen Disappearance

A fresh appeal for information on the 1997 disappearance of Ciara Breen has been issued after two new witnesses came forward in recent weeks.

The 17-year-old was last seen on 13 February, 1997, when she left her Dundalk home at Bachelors Walk in the early hours of the morning.

When last seen she was wearing a black leather jacket, blue jeans, wine coloured sweatshirt and a white t-shirt with an image of her own face on it.

Gardaí say that two new potential witnesses have come forward "in recent weeks", prompting them to issue a fresh appeal. They have urged anyone with any information to contact them.


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