Further appeal is made following the search for missing women

Gardaí in southern Donegal has asked questions to a woman who has been missing for more than a week.
Rhonda O & # 39; Loughlin has been missing since last Sunday in Bridgetown, Laghey.
A call last week provided for a possible sighting of her around 1.30 pm last Sunday, from Bridgetown in the direction of the main city of Donegal to Ballyshannon Road.
The 34-year-old is described as 5ft 5 & # 39; slim built with brown or maroon hair, dressed in a gray tracksuit bottom and striking pink shoes.
There have been searches in the area since last week.
The Sligo-based Rescue 118 helicopter was involved in the search at the beginning of last week.
Search teams consisting of local volunteers and gardai continued the research during the weekend.
Gardaí also started door-to-door inquiries during the weekend.
Gardai was assisted by Civil Defense and army personnel who helped with searches yesterday.
The search focused on the connection between Bridgetown and the N15 between Ballyshannon and Donegal Town.
Gardaí appeals to all residents and farmers in the areas Bridgetown, Ballintra, Mullinasole and Laghey to control outbuildings, barns and unoccupied buildings. They also ask owners of holiday homes to check their property.
Ballyshannon Garda Superintendent Colm Nevin also appealed to B & B owners and hotels in Donegal, Sligo and Leitrim.
Speaking at Ocean FM today, he said: & # 39; Did Ronda O & # 39; Loughlin check in your office between September 23rd and September 30th? & # 39;

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