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Police have appealed for help to find missing women Saoirse Smyth and Joanne Phelan.
Their families are becoming increasingly concerned for their welfare as there has been no contact with them over the Christmas period.
Saoirse, 28, is described as being 4’11” tall, slim build, with red hair and blue eyes.
She was last seen in the Belfast area in May 2017.
Joanne, 47, is described as being 5’5” tall, slight built, with brown shoulder length hair and hazel eyes.
She was last seen in the Newry area in February 2017.
Detective Inspector Paul Rowland said, “It is believed that Saoirse and Joanne may be together and we are appealing to Saoirse and Joanne, or anyone who knows of their whereabouts to contact police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 833 19/12/17.”
A 41-year-old Lisburn man who had been reported missing has been found safe and well.
Peter Lindsay had not been seen since Friday 22 December and was last spotted withdrawing money from a cash machine close to the King's Hall in Belfast.
His disappearance had sparked concern but police released a statement on Thursday afternoon saying he had now been found.
Detectives have thanked those who helped locate him, adding "your assistance has been vital and is much appreciated".
Police are continuing to appeal for help in finding a missing 41-year-old man, last seen in Lisburn last Friday.
Peter Lindsay was spotted in the early hours of the morning on Moss Road.
Peter, who is described as around 5'11" tall, of medium build, with short, dark hair and stubble, left his house in Lisburn on Thursday 21 December at around 3pm.
After this, he was seen in Belfast city centre and then close to a garage and shop close to the King's Hall on the Upper Lisburn Road at around 2.50am on Friday 22 December.
On all occasions, he was wearing a royal blue-coloured jacket, navy jumper, red t-shirt and grey combat trousers.
He may have been carrying a bottle of water.
Detectives are appealing to Peter, or anyone who knows of his whereabouts to contact them immediately on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 925 22/12/17.
Police and the family of a missing 28-year-old are becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Saoirse Smyth, described as being 4'11", slim, with red hair and blue eyes, was last seen in the Belfast area in May 2017.
Detective Inspector Paul Rowland has appealed for Saoirse, or anyone who knows of her whereabouts to contact detectives on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference number 833 19/12/17.
The family of missing 25-year-old Christopher Johnston is becoming increasingly concerned for his wellbeing.
He was last seen in the Newtownards area on Thursday 30 November.
If anyone has information on his whereabouts, they are asked to contact police on 101, quoting reference number 1212 for 3/12/17.
The family of a missing 32-year-old woman are becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Jenna Smith, who is described as being approximately 5’0” tall, of slim build with ginger hair and blue eyes was last seen in the University Street area of Belfast on Tuesday 26th September 2017 at approximately 5.00pm.
Inspector David Gibson would ask Jenna or anyone who knows of her whereabouts to contact Police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 479 20/11/17.
The family of a missing teenage girl last seen in Dublin are becoming increasingly concerned for her welfare.
Chloe Osbourne, from Belfast, is seventeen years old.
She was spotted in Dublin on Sunday 5 November and it is believed she may still be there but may have returned to Northern Ireland.
Chloe is described as being around 5 ft 8 inches tall, with black hair, brown eyes and of slim build.
We would ask Chloe or anyone who knows of her whereabouts to contact Police on the non-emergency number 101, quoting reference 505 05/11/17.
Police in east Belfast are becoming increasingly concerned for the whereabouts of a woman missing since the beginning of last week.
Karen Lane, 51, was last seen in Templemore Avenue in east Belfast at around 10am on Monday 23 October.
She is described as being 5'1" tall, with a slim build and long, dark, curly hair, tied up in a bun.
Karen speaks with a South African accent.
When last seen she was wearing a pink jersey, black leggings, a large grey coat and pink glitter slippers.
Police are appealing for Karen, or anyone who knows of her whereabouts, to contact officers on 101 quoting reference 447 24/10/17.
Police are seeking the public's help to find a missing 15-year-old girl.
Alexandra Vorniceanu was last seen in the Ballymena area on Friday 27 October.
Officers are growing increasingly concerned for her whereabouts.
They are asking Alexandra or anyone who knows of her current whereabouts to contact Ballymena station by calling 101, quoting reference number 585 27/10/17.