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Child Rescue Ireland Alert issued after 2-year-old girl taken from Health Centre

Child Rescue Ireland Alert issued after 2-year-old girl taken from Health Centre

UPDATE: 19:35

An Garda SΓ­ochΓ‘na are continuing to appeal to the public for assistance in tracing the whereabouts of a 2 year old girl .

A further update will be issued within two hours if not sooner.

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Gardai have issued a Child Rescue Alert after a two year old child was taken from a health centre in County Mayo.

They're appealing to the public to report any sightings to 999 or 112 immediately.

The two year old girl was removed from Swinford Clinic.

Gardai say she was taken this morning, shortly after 10am, they say they've serious concerns about her health.

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She's believed to be travelling with her parents, a 33 year old man and 34 year old woman.

They are believed to be driving a black Kia Sportage car, with the registration K-E-2-1-E-N-H.

Officers also reckon the group are in Dublin City Centre.

The child is described as fair haired, and was wearing a pink body suit with a checkered dress, cream tights, pink docks boots with animal print on her jacket.

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The jacket has a lot of prints with zebras, monkeys, giraffes and elephants.

Gardai only issue a child rescue alert if there's reasonable belief the child has been abducted, that there's a serious risk to the health or welfare and there's enough information to supply to the public.

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