Daughter of woman gone missing while visiting Northern Ireland appeals for her to come home

Vanda Livingstone
-Credit: (Image: Family photograph)


The daughter of a woman who has gone missing while visiting Northern Ireland has appealed for her to come home. Vanda Livingstone was visiting Northern Ireland from England when she went missing in Co Armagh on Tuesday, June 4.

Appealing for the public's help in locating her mother, Vanda's daughter Maia described the search for her mother as like "looking for a needle in a haystack".

"Mum has been visiting me in Portadown for the last five or six weeks and she was last seen at the bus stop at the Spar on Armagh Road," she told Belfast Live.

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"I would appeal to mum if she is reading this to come home, your granddaughter misses you or go to the nearest police station and let us know that you are ok."

Vanda suffers from Fibromyalgia which has added to her daughter's concern for her welfare.

A PSNI spokesperson added: "Police are concerned as to the whereabouts of Vanda Livingstone.

"Vanda was last seen on the Armagh Road, Portadown at approximately 5pm on Tuesday 4th June 2024.

"Vanda is described as being of medium build, Dark shoulder length hair wearing an all black dress, black puffs coat and grey DM style boots.

"If anyone sees Vanda or knows of her whereabouts please contact Police on 101 quoting serial 16-05/06/24."

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