More than 330 separate lines of inquiry over the space of two years have failed to locate missing person Tina Satchwell.
Gardaí in Cork have issued a fresh appeal for information ahead of the second anniversary of her disappearance.
Tina was last seen by her husband Richard Satchwell at their home in Youghal in March 2017.
“It has been two years since Tina was last seen,” Gardaí said today.
“This investigation has seen a lot of media attention through various appeals and searches carried out.”
A major search was undertaken in Castlemartyr in connection with this investigation a little over a year ago.
Gardaí have also liaised with colleagues internationally and engaged with Interpol, but there has been no sign of Tina since March 20 2017.
“Over 100 hours of CCTV has been viewed and in excess of 100 statements have been taken to date,” Gardaí added. “Gardaí in Midleton District have been assisted by specialist Garda units including the Garda Air Support Unit, Garda Water Unit and Garda Dog Unit.”
Her husband has made numerous public appeals and conducted interviews while her family have also asked for the public’s help in appeals on social media.
Gardaí are appealing for anybody with information to contact Midleton Garda Station on 021 – 4621550, the Garda Confidential line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
Tina is described as 5’ 7’’, of medium build with blonde shoulder length hair and blue eyes.