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Ireland No signs that missing Tina Satchwell travelled to UK - say police

16:36  14 march  2018
16:36  14 march  2018 Source:   independent.ie

'It makes no sense': Husband of missing Tina Satchwell says she would not have gone to woods

  'It makes no sense': Husband of missing Tina Satchwell says she would not have gone to woods Tina Satchwell was last seen at her home in Youghal, Co Cork on 20 March 2017. She was reported missing four days later by her husband Richard.Both her family and gardaí have repeatedly expressed their concern over her disappearance.Monday morning, Superintendent Colm Noonan of Midleton Garda Station announced that a large team of officers will carry out a 24/7 operation at the site at Mitchel’s Wood in the Castlemartyr area of Cork – less than 20 minutes from Youghal.In recent days, gardaí have received information leading them to the parkland.

© Provided by Irish Independent Inset: Missing woman Tina Satchwell UK POLICE have found no trace of missing Tina Satchwell at any location she previously resided at in Mr Satchwell also said his wife had been trying to memorise UK social security data in the months before her disappearance.

NO evidence has been found indicating that missing Cork woman Tina Satchwell traveled to the UK , it was revealed today. British police have also checked for any trace of Ms Satchwell in areas where she used to live, with no trace found.

Inset: Missing woman Tina Satchwell © Provided by Irish Independent Inset: Missing woman Tina Satchwell UK POLICE have found no trace of missing Tina Satchwell at any location she previously resided at in the country, or on CCTV security camera footage from any port or airport.

The revelation came as Ms Satchwell’s husband, Richard, again repeated the belief that his missing wife could have travelled to the UK and be living there.

a teddy bear: Specialist Dogs Being Used In Search For Missing Woman Tina Satchwell © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Specialist Dogs Being Used In Search For Missing Woman Tina Satchwell Mr Satchwell, an English-born truck driver, said Ms Satchwell’s best friend is now convinced his wife is living in the UK – and may have had help with her disappearance.

Drones banned from flying over woods being searched for missing Tina Satchwell

  Drones banned from flying over woods being searched for missing Tina Satchwell Drones banned from flying over woods being searched for missing Tina SatchwellDetectives are determined to preserve the privacy of what searchers are doing at Mitchel's Wood - and even erected more than 100m of black plastic sheeting across the security fencing in front of the site entrance.

Ms Satchwell, who did not have a passport, previously lived in the UK and has acquaintances there. Mr Satchwell also said his wife had been trying to memorise UK social security data in the months before her disappearance.

Tina Satchwell © Provided by Irish Independent Tina Satchwell He has repeatedly insisted his wife is not dead – and rejected suggestions she may have harmed herself, saying: “She loved herself too much.”

His comments came as gardaí entered the ninth day of a search of woodland outside Castlemartyr, in east Cork, for Ms Satchwell, who vanished on March 20, 2017.

Richard Satchwell, husband of missing Tina Satchwell, in Youghal Harbour near their home on Grattan Street. Photo: Kyran O'Brien © Provided by Irish Independent Richard Satchwell, husband of missing Tina Satchwell, in Youghal Harbour near their home on Grattan Street. Photo: Kyran O'Brien More than 60 personnel, including Defence Forces engineering units, UK Search Dogs and Garda Sub-Aqua teams, are examining a stretch of Mitchel’s Wood for any clue as to what happened to Ms Satchwell. The search is expected to continue into next week.

Husband 'sick in the stomach' after first visit to Tina search site

  Husband 'sick in the stomach' after first visit to Tina search site The husband of missing woman Tina Satchwell has visited the Cork woodland being intensively searched by gardaí for his wife, as he said he was praying she would be found safe. Yesterday marked the fourth day of the intensive Garda search operation for the missing 45-year-old at Mitchel's Wood, Castlemartyr, east Cork.Richard Satchwell visited the site for the first time yesterday as he insisted he still had hope his wife would be found safe.

Ms Satchwell vanished from her home in Youghal, Co Cork, while her husband said he was on a brief errand to Dungarvan, Co Waterford. He has vehemently insisted he had nothing to do with his wife’s disappearance.

Mr Satchwell said he believed his wife might have had help in staging her disappearance – but he denied there was any question of her having an affair.

a woman standing next to a dog: Tina Satchwell Pic: TV3 © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Tina Satchwell Pic: TV3 He met his future wife when she moved to live in England as a teenager.

He said he fell in love at first sight – and he decided to move to Ireland to be with her, to the consternation of his own family.

“Basically, my family are anti-Irish – I never spoke to my mother again before she died,” he said.

a woman standing in front of a building: Tina Satchwell Missing © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Tina Satchwell Missing “I was given an ultimatum when I met Tina. I chose Tina. When I was brought up in school, all we heard about Ireland was the IRA.

Richard Satchwell claims man saw his missing wife in January

  Richard Satchwell claims man saw his missing wife in January Tina Satchwell’s husband Richard has revealed that a man has come forward with a reported sighting of his wife in January. Ms Satchwell, who has been missing for almost a year now, was officially last seen leaving her home in Youghal, Cork on March 24, 2017.Last Monday, Gardai began an extensive search at the 40 acre Mitchell’s Wood site in Castlemartyr, between Midleton and YoughalRichard Satchwell visited the search site last week, admitting he ‘felt sick’ as he watched officers comb through the woods.

“My mother missed out on knowing an amazing woman.”

Mr Satchwell again insisted he is hoping and praying his wife is found safe and well.

a man wearing glasses: Breakthrough In Search For Tina Satchwell As Items Of interest Found © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Breakthrough In Search For Tina Satchwell As Items Of interest Found Garda sources have said they have absolutely nothing to indicate Ms Satchwell may have travelled to the UK.

CCTV footage from all Irish ports and airports was checked and no one matching Ms Satchwell’s description was found. UK police have also checked for any trace of Ms Satchwell in areas previously known to her in England. All such reviews have yielded nothing.

“There is nothing so far to indicate what happened to Tina or where she went. There is certainly absolutely nothing to indicate she travelled to the UK,” a Garda source said.

'I'll be crying for the day' - husband of missing Tina Satchwell on the first anniversary of his wife's disappearance .
The husband of missing woman Tina Satchwell has said he will spend the first anniversary of his wife's disappearance in tears.Tuesday marks the first anniversary of Tina's disappearance from her home in the Cork seaside town of Youghal.

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