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article imageWhere is Donna Keough of the UK?

By KJ Mullins     Dec 13, 2010 in Crime
Twelve years ago Donna Keough went missing in Middlesbrough town centre. Since that day her family has waited to have some word on what happened to their daughter.
This past April there was a possible clue about Donna when a woman contacted the Gazette two days after an appeal issued by the family was published. The contact said that she knew Donna at the time of her disappearance and that she went into a house on Bow Street. She has been urged to call again to expand on that information.
Detective Chief Superintendent Mark Braithwaite, head of crime operations for Cleveland Police, is leading the investigation into Donna’s disappearance.
“I would appeal to that person to get back in touch, either through the Gazette or through Crimestoppers,” he said.
“I can understand why they may be afraid to call me direct but I would be happy to meet up with them somewhere in confidence, just to see if there is anything they know that can help us.”
Donna was having a rough patch when she disappeared. Reports that she had fallen into prostitution and drugs, a lifestyle she was turning away from were written about in the media.
In a statement, Donna's parents Brian and Shirley Keogh said: "Our daughter was a happy, beautifully lively and friendly girl. Every single day we miss her. There is a big hole in our lives without her."
If you have any information about Donna please contact your local police station.
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