Ireland Search for young Irish woman missing in France

14:05  11 november  2017
14:05  11 november  2017 Source:

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Eimear Noonan Eimear Noonan A young Irish woman has gone missing in the south-east of France.

Eimear Noonan, from Clare, has gone missing from her home Annonay, located approximately 76km south of Lyon.

The young woman, aged in her twenties, was last seen on Wednesday afternoon.

She is currently working as a teacher in the small French town.

Eimear's family are today travelling to Lyon to assist with the ongoing search.

Family and friends of Eimear are appealing for information on her whereabouts and have launched a social media campaign.

A post appealing for information has gained thousands of shares in less than 12 hours.

One family member wrote on Facebook; "My younger sister Eimear has gone missing in Annonay, France, half an hour outside Lyon.

"Last seen Wednesday afternoon.

"Please share here and if you have any contacts in the south of France please share to them."

The Department of Foreign Affairs confirmed to that they are aware of the case and they are providing consular assistance.

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