Leah Sloan: Police issue appeal for 'high-risk' missing person last seen three days ago

Leah Sloan/McCrea -Credit:PSNI
Leah Sloan/McCrea -Credit:PSNI

Police are appealing for help locating a 'high-risk' missing person last seen on Thursday.

The PSNI issued an appeal on Sunday morning looking for information on the whereabouts of Leah Sloan/McCrea who was last seen in Larne in the early hours of April 25.

Leah is said to be of medium build with blonde hair, blue eyes and was last seen wearing jeans and a khaki fleece.

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A spokesperson for the PSNI said: "Police are growing increasingly concerned about the whereabouts of High Risk Missing Person, Leah Sloan/Leah McCrea.

"Leah was last seen in the Larne area on Thursday, 25th April at approximately 1:30am.

"Leah is described as approximately 5ft 3 inches tall, medium build with blonde hair and blue eyes. Leah was last known to be wearing jeans and a black and khaki half zip fleece.

"Police would ask that anyone with dashcam footage taken from the Elizabeth Avenue area of Larne at around 1:30am on Thursday 25th April, should contact them it may assist with their enquiries.

"If you have any information that could assist police to locate Leah, please contact 101 quoting reference number 1275 27/04/24."

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