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Family renew appeals for Turkish woman missing since February

Married mother-of-one Esra Uyrun went out to the shops on February 23, and hasn’t been seen since.

THE FAMILY OF a native Turkish woman who has been missing in Dublin for almost four months have renewed their appeal to the public for any information that may help in finding her.

Esra Uyrun, 38, a married mother with a toddler son, has not been seen since she left her house at Collinstown Grove, Clondalkin, at 7:15am on Wednesday 23 February.

A car she was driving, a grey Renault Twingo car, was later discovered near Bray – but there has still been no sign of Uyrun, nearly sixteen weeks later.

Her sister Berna says the family has “no clues at all” as to where Esra may be.

“We just want people to know that she is still missing, and to please be on the lookout,” Berna said. “Please God, someone may come forward with any information – even the smallest may be the biggest lead for us.”

Esra is described as being 5’3” in height, with blonde highlighted hair and green eyes. When last seen she was wearing black leggings, white Nike trainers, and a dark top.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Ronanstown Garda Station at (01) 6667700, Bray Garda Station at (01) 6665300, or the Garda Confidential Line at 1800 666 111.

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Gavan Reilly

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