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Post  Guest on Tue 11 Nov - 9:29



Gardai at Lucan, Co. Dublin are appealing for public assistance to help trace the whereabouts of 85 year old Alice Clifford, from Ballyfermot, who went missing from St. Lomans Hospital on the 28th November 1979.


Alice is 5"2 in height and weighed 8st at the time of her disappearance. She has brown eyes and had brown curly hair on the date in question. She was wearing a brown skirt with white stripes, a white jumper and a tan coloured cardigan with red slippers at the time. Alice's circumstances was given publicity by news media at the time of her disappearance.

Anybody with information should contact Lucan Garda Station, telephone 01-666 7300.
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Post  Susan on Wed 12 Nov - 10:45

How can an 85 year old go missing from a hospital??

Its not like she could run off!

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Post  Guest on Wed 12 Nov - 12:14

Ambersuz wrote:How can an 85 year old go missing from a hospital??

Its not like she could run off!


There was another case like this here about 2 years ago. an elderly lady left the home she was staying in on chrostmas day. her body was found a year later on Bray head in Co Wicklow.


Gardai have confirmed that the remains discovered on Bray Head in County Wicklow two days ago are those of Ms Maura Reynolds.
The 78-year-old went missing from her nursing home on the 25th of December 2005.

Gardai say there were no signs of physical trauma on the body, which was identified by dental analysis.

An investigation file is being prepared for the Dublin City Coroner who will carry out an inquest in due course.
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