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Family of missing Charlotte to make television appeal

Missing person Charlotte Murray.

Missing person Charlotte Murray.

A LOCAL family is to make a television appeal next week in the hope of finding missing Omagh woman Charlotte Murray.

Police are still searching for 34-year-old who hasn’t been seen or heard from since she ‘vanished’ from her home in Moy in October last year.

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Charlotte’s sister, Michelle Mullan, and her family met with the police on Tuesday to get an update on the investigation.

After months of searching and with no new information, the plan is to widen the appeal on television next week.

The Murray family will make a desperate appeal for Charlotte to come home or information about her whereabouts in front of the cameras next Monday morning at Dungannon Police Station.

Michelle said it brings her family comfort to know police are still trying to locate Charlotte.

Michelle Mullan, Denise Murray and Aidan Murray pleading for information regarding the disappearance of their sister, Charlotte Murray, who was last seen in The Moy and the end of October 2013.

Michelle Mullan, Denise Murray and Aidan Murray pleading for information regarding the disappearance of their sister, Charlotte Murray.

She said, “Hopefully with Charlotte’s image on television someone somewhere will recognise her and come forward. We even have hope that Charlotte herself may see it and come home. All we can do is remain positive and hope by taking this step someone will come forward.”

Following the sad news this week that the body of Lisa McGowan was found near her Drumquin, Michelle passed her sincere condolences to her family and friends

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Michelle said, “Our thoughts and prayers are with the McGowan family. I hope they get peace and closure now Lisa has been found.

“For us the hardest part is just not knowing and our hearts go out to the McGowan family.”

A Facebook campaign page has now been set up to aid the search for Charlotte. Please visit www.facebook.com/FindMissingPersonCharlotteMurray

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