Sister's appeal for law graduate (22)
Gardai will today trawl through CCTV footage in a bid to trace the movements of a Trinity College graduate who has disappeared.
The family of missing Caitriona Horan (22) is desperately seeking information on the whereabouts of the talented musician.
Speaking to the Herald today, her sister Sinead said: "It is totally out of character for Caitriona to do this, and we just want her to know that nobody is cross with her. We love her and we just want her to know that."
Caitriona is known to have had an argument with a long-time friend sometime last Wednesday, and her family feel this row may be responsible for her going missing.
She was last spotted saying goodbye to a college pal outside the gates of Trinity College last Wednesday at 5.15pm before walking in the direction of Dame Street.
She had arranged to go to her sister Gillian's house in Ashtown in Dublin, but never showed up.
Caitriona didn't respond to texts or calls last Wednesday, but instead turned on her phone on Thursday morning to send a message to her mother telling people to stop ringing and texting her.
She also withdrew some money from her bank account last Thursday and has not been heard from since then. The ATM used has been located by gardai who are expected to examine CCTV footage in a bid to establish where she went.
Caitriona lives with her mother in Drumkeeran, Co Leitrim, and has not worked since graduating in law at Trinity last year.
Caitriona was wearing a dark grey single-breasted winter tweed-effect jacket, black tights or leggings and black boots when she was last seen.
She is 5ft 5in, slim, with dark-brown hair and dark brown eyes.
Anybody with information should contact gardai at Manorhamilton on (071) 982-0620.