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Gardaí Appeals For Public’s Help In Finding Two-Year-Old Girl Reported Missing

Gardái has asked for the public’s assistance in locating a two-year-old girl who was reported missing by her parents on Tuesday.

To find little Aoife Haynes Murphy, Garda Siochana, Ireland’s police force, issued a Child Rescue Ireland (CRI) Alert.

The toddler was thought to be with her parents, Paul Murphy, 33, and Kimberley Haynes, 34, according to a statement.  They were reported to be in a black Kia Sportage car with the registration KE21ENH.

Garda Siochana also expressed serious worries that Aoife’s health or wellbeing is at immediate risk. The Garda Siochana informed the public later Tuesday night that Aoife has been found ‘safe and well’ in the Dublin region.

Garda Siochana explained that Aoife was taken from Swinford Health Centre, Co. Mayo, in contravention of a court order at around 10.10 a.m., with them suspecting the trio had traveled to the Dublin City area.

Aoife has fair hair and when she went missing, she was dressed in a pink bodysuit with a checked dress, cream tights, pink dock martin boots, and an animal print jacket with a hood.

The jacket is reported to be unique because it features animal prints such as giraffes, zebras, monkeys, and elephants.

As per Evoke, Paul is described as being 5 foot 6 inches tall, with a slight build and shaved hair.

Kimberley is described as being 5 foot 8 tall, with a slim build with long straight black hair.

Gardaí asked anyone with information to call 999 or 112. The public should not approach them, according to an official statement shared online and on social media.

It read: ‘Please do not approach those involved, instead immediately contact 999 / 112 or your local Garda Station providing as much information as possible’

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