Posted: Fri 26th Nov 2021

Further searches planned to locate missing Catrin Maguire

North Wales news and information
This article is old - Published: Friday, Nov 26th, 2021

Police are reiterating an appeal still looking for Catrin Maguire, who has been missing since Monday.

Chief Inspector Llinos Davies said, “Despite a multi-agency co-ordinated search of the South Stack, Holyhead Mountain, Holyhead Breakwater and the Range area of Holyhead, Catrin continues to be missing.

“There will be further searches carried out in the Holyhead area over the weekend. I wish to extend my thanks to the Coastguard, RNLI, MONSAR, SARDA, North West underwater search team, Cadaver Search Dogs and all other agencies and volunteers that have supported and worked alongside the police in the searching for Catrin.

“Our last confirmed sighting of Catrin continues to be in the area of the RSPB nature reserve on South Stack Road in Holyhead at around 1.18pm on Monday 15th of November.

“We continue to appeal to those that were in the area at the time to think if they may have seen Catrin and check their CCTV and Dashcams.

“This is a very popular spot for visitors and locals alike, lots of people go walking there every day. We are hoping that someone may have seen Catrin that day and may have vital information to help our search.’

“If you can help us find Catrin, please call us on 101 quoting ref iTrace 40695.”

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