Gardaí investigates the mystery of a missing 29-year-old woman who has not been seen for three months and who is very scared & # 39; is to talk to her boyfriend.
Giedre Raguckaite, originally from Lithuania, was last seen in Dundalk on May 26, while relatives say they last spoke to her in the first weekend of June.
A senior source said that agents have not found "Raguckaite & # 39; s friend" and are interested to talk to him.
"Although in this case there is no question of cheating, studies have shown that this man, who also comes from Eastern Europe, was one of the last people to be with her before she was missing," said the source.
"With that in mind, gardaí would like to talk to this man in case he has information about her current residence."
The source added that gardaí "keeps a completely open mind" in the case and investigates a "number of different possibilities".
Sources have also confirmed that a bag that was returned by a woman to the Dundalk garda station on Friday was owned by Mrs. Raguckaite.
Officers are convinced, however, that the bag is missing before the 29-year-old woman did, and there is "nothing sinister" in relation to it.
Gardaí made an official appeal on Thursday evening for information about the woman.
"Giedre is a Lithuanian citizen and was last seen on Hoey's Lane, Dundalk, at about 6 pm on May 26, 2018. She is described at a height of 5ft 5 in height, lightly built, blonde hair with green eyes, "said a Garda spokesperson.
Yesterday her family made an emotional plea to help her track down.
They told how she contacted her father to wish him a happy Father's Day on June 2 and has not been seen or heard since.
The young woman's family is desperate for her, where her sister Gintare says he "should cry every night".
Gintare & # 39; s partner, Roberto Santilli, said: "We were worried because sometimes it had disappeared, but not so long."
Youth friend Gedvile Hibner added that she is now & # 39; really worried & # 39; became about her safety because months went by without any contact.
Anyone who has seen Giedre or possibly has information is asked to contact gardaí at the Dundalk garda station on 043 9388400, the confidential line from Garda on 1800 666 111 or another Garda station.