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Can you help? This Antrim woman is thought to be somewhere south of the border

Victoria Doherty hasn’t been seen for ten days.

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VICTORIA DOHERTY HAS been missing from Antrim for ten days and police believe she may have traveled to the Republic.

The PSNI say they are concerned for her welfare.

The 28-year-old was last seen in Antrim on Sunday March 29.

She’s described as being around 5’2” tall, of heavy build with long curly black hair.

When last seen Victoria was wearing a gold jumper, dark blue coloured leggings and trainers.

Detective Inspector Chris Millar from Reactive and Organised Crime in Antrim said:

I would ask Victoria or anyone who knows of her whereabouts to contact police in Antrim on the non-emergency number 101.

Read: Gardaí issue new appeal for Galway teenager missing since Good Friday>

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