Cllr Crawford praises everyone involved in continuing search for Chloe Mitchell
Councillor Colin Crawford (UUP) has praised the efforts of everyone involved in the ongoing search operation in relation to missing young Harryville woman Chloe Mitchell.
Police described the 21-year-old as a "high risk missing person" when they renewed their appeal on Saturday 10th June. Chloe was last seen on by family on Friday 2nd June. She was wearing a green and black Northface style jacket, a white t-shirt, leggings and Nike trainers at the time of her disappearance.
Police have launched a criminal investigation and two men have been arrested since Chloe went missing. Both currently remain in custody.
Commenting on the ongoing search operation and appealing for the community's help, Cllr Colin Crawford (UUP) said:
“Over the past few days, I’ve been blown away by the dedication and professionalism of the team who have been searching for Chloe. The team have continued throughout the weekend without complaint, remaining focused in their desire to help locate Chloe.
"I would also like to thank the local community who throughout have been arriving with food and refreshments for the search volunteers. As a local councillor it’s been extremely humbling to watch the community pull together and play their part in supporting Chloe’s family.
"I would continue to appeal to anyone with any information to call police on 101 and quote reference number 2262.
"My thoughts and prayers continue to be with George, Georgina and Chloe’s brothers & sisters at this distressing time.”