PSNI renew appeal for women

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The Police Service of Northern Ireland has once again appealed for information relating to the disappearance of two Chinese nationals at the Giant’s Causeway in Bushmills.

The two woman are believed to have gone missing in the summer of 2014 when they failed to return to their tour bus whilst visiting the local area.

In a statement to the Times, Detective Inspector Soren Stewart said: “The two women, then 30 year old Ni, Xiaofang and 26 year old Ni, Zhiling, failed to return to their tour bus whilst visiting the popular tourist attraction on Tuesday, 29th July, 2014.

“We believe they may have travelled to the Republic of Ireland and our priority is to make contact with both women to establish that they are safe and well.

“Ni, Xiaofang is described as approximately 5’2” tall, and of a slim build. She is now 31 years old.

“While Ni, Zhiling is described as approximately 5’2” tall and of a slim build and is now 28 years old.

“We would ask both these women, or anyone who knows of their whereabouts, to contact police at Coleraine on the non-emergency number 101.”

• Police do not have high quality photographs available however attached are images scanned from their passports.