Fears raised after Greenock woman goes missing in Dubai
FEARS have been raised over the safety of a Greenock school teacher who has gone missing in Dubai.
Kirsty McLaughlin was last seen over 24 hours ago and friends and loved ones have taken to social media to raise awareness.
It is understood she lives and works in Dubai along with her Australian boyfriend Mitch Joseph Wall.
Mitch took to Facebook to post a picture of her beside her white Volkswagen Beetle, urging anyone who sees the car "at any mall, petrol station or on any of the roads in Dubai" to report it to the police or her friends.
He added: "She doesn't have her phone... read more
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