Mum ‘worried sick’ after daughter, 13, and boy, 11, vanish sparking major police hunt

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A desperate mum is “worried sick” after her teenage daughter and friend went missing over the weekend, leading to a major police search.

Caroline Rafferty said there have been “no sightings on CCTV” of Eireann Ruddy, aged 13, or 11-year-old Paul Price after they disappeared in North Belfast on Sunday.

She said the two children have “basically vanished”, adding her daughter had packed a bag so her disappearance seems at least partly planned, reports Belfast Live.

Ms Rafferty said hundreds of people have been involved in the search, with police confirming the pair were last seen in Crumlin Road, close to Twadell Avenue, around the Ardoyne area, at 10.15am.

The teen is understood to have left her home in Carlisle Circus around 8am yesterday and her mum said she got more concerned as it got dark.

“They were last seen around 8:50am on the Crumlin Road end of Annesley street and basically you can only turn right or left up the Crumlin Road or left down Clifton Street and there are no sightings on CCTV,” she continued.

“They have basically vanished.”

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