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Missing Kildare Woman Aine Poynton

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Missing Kildare Woman Aine Poynton

Post by ChippyM on 10.03.17 8:46

I saw this story a couple of days ago and thought there has to be more to it. The woman was reportedly seen at Belfast airport but she left her car near her home? Why wouldn't she drive it to the airport if that's where she was going?

"Paul Poynton fears for his wife Aine’s safety as her disappearance and her failure to contact her family it is totally out of character.
Her car was found just around the corner from the family home in Kilcock, Co Kildare on February 23, the day after she was last seen.
Aine, 49, told her adult children she was going to Tesco to do some shopping but she never came back."

Irish news is reporting there was no confirmed sighting so who has started the rumour she was with a 'mystery man' at the airport?

9:15 Thursday 9th of March 2017
A Kilcock woman who has been missing for more than two weeks was spotted getting on a flight to London with a mystery man, according to a report in today's Irish Daily Mirror.
49-year-old Ainne Poynton was reported missing by her family after she was last seen on February 22 when she told her children that she was going to do some shopping at the nearby Tesco store in her hometown.
Her family have desperately launched appeals to locate her ever since, but today's newspaper report claims that she was spotted getting on a flight to London from Belfast with an unknown man.
However Gardai have insisted there have been no confirmed sightings of Ainne.
Ainne and her husband Paul have been together for 30 years and were due to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary next August. He has appealed to his wife to let everyone know she is ok.
“We just want her to know that we all love her and miss her and want her home," he told the Irish Daily Mirror.

“All of us are desperately worried about her because this is not like her.”
“This is so not like her. We just don’t know where she is and that makes it all the worse. We’re worried about her state of mind.”
Neither her 22-year-old son or her 19-year-old daughter have seen or heard from Ainne since, nor has her four siblings or her parents.
Ainne Poynton was described by Gardaí as being around 5ft 3in with blonde hair and blue eyes.
Anyone with information can contact Leixlip Garda Station on [url=tel- 6667800]01- 6667800[/url], the Garda Confidential Telephone Line [url=tel 666 111]1800 666 111[/url] or any Garda station.


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