28/09/2015

Missing Cork Girl Believed To Be In Belfast

The PSNI is working with Gardai after a girl who went missing from Cork is believed to have travelled to Belfast.

Leigh Arundel, 15, may be with an older male according to the police. Leigh went missing from her home on 05 September.

She has a tattoo with the name 'Jimmy' on her left hand.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the PSNI on 101 or Garda at Gunnanabraher Garda Station in Cork.

(CD/MH)

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