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Gardai renew appeals after mother goes missing with week-old baby

Published 21/01/2016

Gardai have renewed appeals for information about missing mother Paige Holland, pictured with Aaron Tighe, and her week-old baby (Garda Press Office/PA)
Gardai have renewed appeals for information about missing mother Paige Holland, pictured with Aaron Tighe, and her week-old baby (Garda Press Office/PA)
Paige Holland
Paige Holland and Aaron Tighe

Gardai have renewed appeals for information about a missing mother and her week-old baby.

Officers said they are concerned for the welfare of 23-year-old Paige Holland, who also goes by the name Abbie Goodier or Paige Goodier, and her daughter Nevaeh Goodier or Tighe.

The young mother left their home at Westview in the village of Cloonfad in Co Roscommon last Friday.

She is described as 5ft 6in and of medium build with shoulder-length blonde hair, and has a strong English accent.

Her baby Nevaeh was born on Wednesday January 13, two days before they went missing.

Gardai said i t is not known what clothes the mother was wearing when she was last seen.

Both she and her daughter are believed to have been accompanied by Aaron Tighe, also known as Aaron Chadwick or Ian Smith, who is 22 and described as 5ft 6in and of medium build, with short brown/fair hair.

Gardai said he also has a strong English accent.

Officers are treating the disappearance as a missing persons case and appealed for the young mother to contact Castlerea Garda Station as soon as possible.

Gardai are liaising with the Child and Family Agency Tusla.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Castlerea Garda Station on 094 9621630, to use the Garda confidential line 1800 666111, or to contact any Garda station.

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