REWARD OFFERED IN GEIDRE CASE
CRIMESTOPPERS has launched an appeal for information on the disappearance of Lithuanian woman Geidre Raguckaite, who was living in Dundalk when she went missing earlier this year
The appeal outlines how Giedre Raguckaite (29) was last seen alive in the company of two men in Laytown, Meath on May 29.
The last confirmed contact she had with any friends or family was with her father – who lives in Lithuania – by phone on 29 May.
She was not reported missing until August 22, and has not been in contact with anyone since that date.
Gardai in Dundalk last month upgraded the investigation to murder, and are appealing to anyone who may have any information regarding her disappearance to contact them.
Gardaí have already pursued over 170 lines of enquiry, including liaising with the PSNI, UK police, Interpol, the Lithuanian Police Force and the Lithuanian Embassy.
Now, the Crimestoppers appeal is offering a reward for information that ‘significantly helps the investigation.’
Geidre is 1.67 meters in height with green eyes, blonde shoulder length hair and thin build.
She was last seen wearing a pink t-shirt and dark blue jeans. Crimestoppers and gardai are appealing for members of the public, in particular members of the Lithuanian community, to come forward with any information.
All calls to Crimestoppers on 1800 25 0025 are completely anonymous, so callers can provide any information they might have which are relevant to the investigation, without leaving a name or address.
Anyone who wishes to make contact with gardai can do so at Dundalk Garda Station on 042 938 8400, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any garda station.