DNA test rules out link to missing Fiona
Published 19/05/2015 | 00:00
a sample of what appeared to be human hair sent for DNA analysis by gardai probing the disappearance of Bridgetown woman Fiona Sinnott in 1998, has been ruled out of the investigation
Fiona's sister Dianne said the family were contacted by gardai on May 11 and were told the sample 'was not hair'. The area where the sample was recovered from was highlighted by Joe Blake of Trace Missing Persons Ireland, who had travelled to Wexford with specially trained dogs, prompting members of the family to dig the area.
'We're still looking for Fiona and would appreciate any information,' said Diane.