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Missing woman: police in new appeal

By Lesley Houston

Published 27/08/2015

Police have reissued an appeal for a Vietnamese woman missing for almost 10 months
Police have reissued an appeal for a Vietnamese woman missing for almost 10 months

Police have reissued an appeal for a Vietnamese woman missing for almost 10 months.

Trang Houng Tran (24) was last seen in Belfast on Sunday, November 30 last year.

Witnesses reported the last sighting of the woman at around 9.10pm that day at Ulsterville Avenue in the south of the city.

Detective Chief Inspector Gary Reid said police were becoming increasingly concerned for the young woman's welfare.

He described the south east Asian woman as approximately 5ft, of a slim build with brown hair and brown eyes, wearing a black padded jacket and black leggings.

"She also has a distinctive 'smiley face' tattoo on her hand which is about the size of a 50 pence coin," he said.

Anyone with information about Trang Houng Tran's whereabouts can contact police by telephoning 101, or if someone would prefer to remain anonymous they can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers and speak to it on 0800 555 111.

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