According to the Spanish news agency EFE, friends and family of missing Irish teenager Amy Fitzpatrick are organising a number of fund-raising events in Ireland to help the family to carry on with their campaign to get her home safe and sound. One event took place in Dublin last Saturday at the Innisfail GAA club, which ceded the venue free of charge. It was attended by more than 400 people. The EFE report also said Amy’s family had issued a press release last week, thanking local shops and residents of the Donaghmede and Clarehall districts of Dublin for their fund-raising efforts. Amy, who turned 16 on February 7th, disappeared in Mijas on New Year’s night when she was walking home to the Riviera del Sol Urbanisation from the Calypso area. The Guardia Civil are still trying to trace a British-registered white Ford Fiesta, number plate C955 SLK, which they believe Amy may have taken. She was wearing black track suit bottoms and a T-shirt with the word ‘Diesel’ when she was last seen. She has black hair, and is 1.65 m tall. The contact telephone numbers for any information on her whereabouts are 112, 952 487 036, 062, 686 044 181 and 952 474 030.
FUNDRAISING FOR AMY IN IRELAND