Concerns are growing for the welfare of missing woman Dolores Hughes.
A major search operation, centred around the River Blackwater in Moy, yesterday morning morning following the 62-year-old’s disappearance.
It is understood that river search has been continuing today (Friday).
Police have issued another appeal on behalf of Ms Hughes’ family who are becoming increasingly concerned of her welfare.
Dolores was last seen in the Charlemont area of Moy at around 2pm on Wednesday, June 5. Dolores is described as 5’5′ in height, of slim build and short, blonde hair.
She was last seen wearing a black vest top and knee length skirt.
A police spokesperson said: “We are appealing to Dolores to make contact with police or her family.
“If anyone knows of Dolores’s whereabouts, please contact police in Dungannon on 101 quoting reference number 538 6/6/19.”
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