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Police appeal for missing Newry man Peter Quigley on fourth anniversary of disappearance

Police have issued a fresh appeal for information in relation to missing Newry man, Peter Quigley on the fourth anniversary of his disappearance.

The 35-year-old is believed to have last been seen at Moria train station in County Down on September 26, 2013.

Peter was reported missing on Thursday, November 7.

He was last seen wearing a dark hooded top, a blue coloured sweatshirt, three quarter length grey jeans, black shoes/trainers and dark socks.

Inspector Neil Graham said: “Peter is described as being 5’8’’ tall, of medium build with dirty fair hair and blue coloured eyes.

Peter’s last address was in the Newry area where he lived for 10 years with family. However, he never lost his London accent where he was born and where he lived for a number of years in the Heathrow area.

PSNI and Peter's family are appealing to anyone who believes they may have seen Peter, or anyone who knows anything about his whereabouts, to contact his family or police in Newry on the non-emergency number, 101 quoting reference CCS 797 07/11/13.”

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