Concern for Inishowen teen missing
A search is continuing
in the French capital today following the
disappearance of a young Inishowen man attending
Lee McLaughlin (19) was last seen leaving the Ibis
Paris Montmartre hotel at midday on Tuesday after
attending the Sweden v Ireland game the previous
He was due to fly back to Ireland with his father
and cousin later on Tuesday but did not arrive to
check in at the airport.
His worried family say
the teenager wasn't answering his phone yesterday
and the handset is now off.
They say his disappearance is out of character for
the young man.
His sister, Rosemary Fedder, posted an appeal and
photograph on Facebook, stating:
“This is our brother Lee, he has been missing in
Paris since (Tuesday) morning. He was last seen
leaving Ibis Paris Montmartre at 12pm. (6/14) He was
not answering his phone and it is now off. This is
very out of character for Lee.
“His flight home has already departed and he has not
shown up to the airport. We are all very worried.
Please please share my post and if anyone has seen
him please contact any of his family ASAP.”
The Irish Embassy in
Paris is providing consular assistance to the
Donegal man's family. Meanwhile, the Football
Association of Ireland has shared the family's
appeal with its tens of thousands of social media
Anyone with information is asked to contact the
Irish Embassy in Paris on their 24-7 service number
which is 0033-1-44176780 or on twitter @IrlEmbParis.
Gleneely man found safe and