Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Since Amy Fitzpatrick disappearance in January 2008 I have made an effort on my radio shows and network media to keep her name alive. Her mother Audrey and her partner Dave Mahone have been regular guests on my radio show as has Amy's aunt Christine Kenny.
I awoke this morning to the news that British detectives investigating the disappearance of Madeleine McCann have flown to Portugal to discuss potential leads with local officers, it is reported.
The team from Scotland Yard officers travelled to the Algarve after a letter was sent to police in the country asking for help to trace three burglars spotted in the area where Madeleine vanished almost seven years ago. The team, headed by Detective Chief Inspector Andy Redwood, who is leading the Met's investigation, reportedly met members of Portugal's Policia Judiciaria and prosecutors to request help and discuss leads identified by teams in the UK. There has hardly been a month since Madeleine McCann disappeared seven years ago and rightly so.
Six years ago a young Irish teenager Amy Fitzpatrick ,who was living with her family in Mijas Costa Del Sol, disappeared without trace on New Year's Day 2008. At 10pm on that day, the 15 year old said goodbye to her friend, with whom she had been babysitting her brother at her friend’s house in Mijas. Amy should have arrived at her home on the urbanisation Riviera del Sol near Fuengirola, at about 10:10pm, as it was only a short walk away. She never arrived home and has not been heard from or seen since that night. After it was established she was missing there was a concerted search set up by the Guardia Civil but after having no success this search was eventually called off and simply has been no sign of her ever since. Amy’s mother Audrey has spent years in pursuit of answers to her young daughters disappearance being invited on radio and television shows both here and in Ireland but all seems to have all be stopped and Audrey and the Fitzpatrick family have more or less been left to carry on with little or no support help find Amy. A very different story than the high profile disappearance and search for Madeleine McCann. Where are the Irish police? Where are the Spanish police’ Why aren’t they continuing their search for Amy’ Think about it if this was your daughter or granddaughter how helpless you would feel especially as you watch the enormous effort going on at the moment in the search for Madeline. Come on the Irish police get your fingers out and continue searching. Amy is an Irish citizen and deserves your full support until you find the answers!!!

SINCE THIS POSTING WAS PLACED HERE AND ON MY FB THERE HAS BEEN AN EXCELLENT RESPONSE TO MY REQUEST TO SHARE IT. SO FAR THERE HAS BEEN OVER 34 SHARES IN THE FIRST FEW HOURS. THIS MEANS THAT IF EACH ONE OF THESE SHARES GET THE SAME RESPONSE THIS COULD AMOUNT TO MANY THOUSAND BY TOMORROW MORNING!!! PLEASE HELP FIND AMY. THANK YOU


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