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25 June 2020 04:30

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Search and rescue teams in north Belfast search for missing Noah Donohoe on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Noah Donohoe's mum Fiona and aunt Niamh during a press conferences as searches continue in north Belfast on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Superintendent Muir Clark during a press conferences as searches continue in north Belfast on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Noah DonohoeÕs aunt Shona, mum Fiona and aunt Niamh during a press conferences as searches continue in north Belfast on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) The PSNI has appealed to the public to search their homes, gardens and outbuildings for signs of missing schoolboy Noah Donohoe. Superintendent Muir Clark thanked the public for their help in a widespread search as thousands of volunteers continued to hunt for the Year 10 pupil who has been missing from his home in since Sunday. Officers believe Noah Donohoe may have fallen from his bicycle and sustained an injury causing him to remove his clothing before he was last seen in areas close to the Shore Road. Superintendent Clark asked people to now search their own properties in north Belfast. "I really need people to check their own property, we are looking for a young, slim 14-year-old boy," he said, speaking from Musgrave Police Station where Noah's mother Fiona and aunts Niamh and Shona were also present.

Expand Close Noah Donohoe's mum Fiona during a press conferences as searches continue in north Belfast on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph / Facebook Whatsapp Noah Donohoe's mum Fiona during a press conferences as searches continue in north Belfast on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Speaking to the Belfast Telegraph, Ms Donohoe said "someone must have spotted a half-naked or naked boy" in the Northwood Road/Premier Drive area of north Belfast, where he was last seen. Expand Close Search and rescue teams in north Belfast search for missing Noah Donohoe on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Kevin Scott / Belfast Telegraph / Facebook Whatsapp Search and rescue teams in north Belfast search for missing Noah Donohoe on June 24th 2020 (Photo by Kevin Scott for Belfast Telegraph) Noah Donohoe (14) was last seen on Sunday at Northwood Road/Premier Drive in north Belfast POLICE searching for a missing Belfast schoolboy last night urged people to check vacant homes, sheds, outbuildings, cars and caravans as part of a massive effort to find the "thoughtful, loving" teenager. Police were continuing to search a densely wooded area which Noah was reportedly heading towards when last seen. Fiona Donohoe, mother of missing Belfast school boy, Noah at yesterday's press PSNI press conference. Fiona Donohoe mother of missing boy Noah at yesterdays press PSNI press conference with her sister Niamh Picture by Hugh Russell.

The police officer also appealed directly to Noah, telling him he was "not in any trouble" and asking him to "let us know you are safe". The search for a missing school boy is in its third day today, as police issue a fresh appeal to the public. Noah Donohoe, 14, has been missing since Sunday evening, and today hundreds of community groups and local friends and family of the youngster took to the streets of North Belfast, where he was last sighted. "Despite a significant search operation involving local and specialist officers, specialist police dogs, our air support unit, assistance from community search and rescue colleagues and the public, there have been no further confirmed sightings of Noah since 6.11pm on Sunday. Last night in north Belfast members of the public, including politicians, helped search for the boy.

People taking part in just one of the searches for missing Noah Donohoe. "An eyewitness believes they saw a young male matching Noah's description fall off his bicycle on Sunday evening, possibly sustaining a head injury, in the vicinity of North Queen Street/York Street, but we do not know the specific time. "We believe Noah got back on his bicycle, cycling into Northwood Road where he then abandons all his clothing, as he is seen a short time later cycling while naked.