THE FAMILY of missing Enniskillen woman Nollaig O’Connor have admitted they are relieved that police in Scotland have reopened the investigation into her disappearance.
Nollaig has been missing since May 2013.
The 37-year-old who had been studying music in Aberdeen stopped contacting her loved ones after going travelling, but was spotted on CCTV cameras in Cornwall on May 31, 2013.
Nollaig is a daughter of Patricia, Belnaleck and Bernard, Castleblayney and a sister of Philip, Nuala, Maire, Sinead, Erian, Aine and Meabh.
At time of going to press, there were no further updates on Nollaig’s whereabouts, but her sister Aine again issued a heartfelt plea for her to get in contact.
“We’re all extremely worried, I don’t know how to describe it, it is a rollercoaster of emotion. We just would ask Nollaig to please get in touch, we’re all very concerned and we just want to know you’re ok.
“We would also ask that people keep sharing the link about Nollaig online in the hope that someone, somewhere knows her whereabouts or is in contact with her.
“We just want to know she is safe and well.”
Aine also reiterated the family’s thanks at the support they have received in Fermanagh.
“It has been fantastic support, we have had help even from the Irish Consulate General in Edinburgh and Michelle Gildernew.
“We are very grateful to all those people who are doing whatever they can, it is very much appreciated.”
If you have any information on the whereabouts of Nollaig O’Connor you can call her family on 077071204 33 or email or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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