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Renewed appeal for missing woman whose car was found on Bray promenade

It is now six years since the 34-year-old mother went missing from her home in Clondalkin.

Missing woman Esra Uyrun with her son Emin.
Missing woman Esra Uyrun with her son Emin.
Image: Missing Esra Uyrun via Facebook

GARDAÍ HAVE RENEWED their appeal for information about the disappearance of a 34-year-old woman who has been missing for the last six years.

Esra Uyrun, originally from the UK and of Turkish descent, was last seen leaving her home at Collinstown Grove in Clondalkin at 7.15am on 23 February 2011.

She was driving the family car, a grey Renault Twingo, registration number 08D23067. It was later located on the promenade in Bray, Co Wicklow.

Esra is described as being:

  • 5’3” in height
  • With dark hair
  • And green eyes.

Source: Missing Esra Uyrun

When last seen she was wearing black leggings, white nike trainers and a dark top.

Making an appeal four years ago on the second anniversary of her sister’s disappearance, Berna Fidan said it was like Esra had “vanished without a trace”.

“There hasn’t been anything since she disappeared. I feel like we are going around in roundabouts,” said Fidan. “We need closure of some form. I’m not convinced she is dead without a body but then again I  know my sister could not go this quiet for so long.”

The woman’s family are asking anyone with information to contact Ronanstown garda station 01 6667700, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any garda station.

Read: Family renews appeal for missing Esra Uyrun two years on>

Read: Channel 4 documentary on missing Esra Uyrun airs tonight>

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