Young Girl Missing From Sligo Home

A 13-year-old girl has gone missing from her home in Sligo.

Gardai at Ballymote, are seeking the public's assistance in tracing the whereabouts of the young teenager, Camilla Beks.

Camilla, who is originally from Holland has been missing from Rathlee, Easkey, Co. Sligo since October 2008.

She is described as having long blond hair and of average build and is believed to be in the company of a female family member

Camilla was sighted in the Santry area of Dublin on 23rd November and may be using the name Mandy De Ryk.

Anyone with information on the disappearance is asked to call the Gardai at Ballymote on 071 9189507 or the Garda confidential number 1800 666 111.


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