More come forward in Ciara Breen case

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Gardai have said that more people have come forward with information about Dundalk woman Ciara Breen who went missing in February 1997.

Gardai have said that more people have come forward with information about Dundalk woman Ciara Breen who went missing in February 1997.

An appeal was launched four weeks ago after one person came forward with information. Two more people have now come forward and gardai have also received an anonymous letter and would like to contact the person who sent it.

Detective Inspector Pat Marry is heading up the special garda unit at Dundalk Garda station and will make an appeal for help from the public on Crimecall on RTE One next Monday 15 December at 9.35pm.

Ciara was 5ft 5in tall, with long dark brown hair and blue eyes. She was wearing a black leather jacket, a pair of dark blue jeans, wine-coloured sweatshirt and a white T-shirt with a picture of her face superimposed on it.

Anybody with any information is asked to contact: Dundalk Garda station: 042 - 9 33 55 77. Garda confidential line: 1800 666 111. Crimecall on 1800 40 50 60.