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IrelandDad of missing Dublin teen Amy Fitzpatrick says their family have been targeted by a sick email troll

21:30  06 december  2018
21:30  06 december  2018 Source:   msn.com

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The disappearance of Amy Fitzpatrick occurred on New Year's Day 2008. At 10pm on that day, 15-year-old Irish girl Amy Fitzpatrick said goodbye to her friend Ashley Rose, with whom she had been babysitting Ashley's brother at a house in Mijas Costa in Málaga, Spain.

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Dad of missing Dublin teen Amy Fitzpatrick says their family have been targeted by a sick email troll © Facebook Amy Fitzpatrick

The family of a young teenager missing since 2008 have revealed they have been targeted by a sick troll who claims to know where she is.

Dublin teen Amy Fitzpatrick disappeared aged just 15 from the Costa del Sol where she lived at the time.

Tragically, her older brother Dean was stabbed to death by Dave Mahon, the partner of Amy's mother Audrey in 2013.


Her heartbroken dad Christopher Fitzpatrick has revealed that his family have received 300 emails from a person who claims that Amy is in the US and had been in France also.

The twisted individual has been emailing the family since 2015 and sent 37 emails this month alone.

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Amy's aunt Christine Kenny, who has campaigned vigorously for help to find her, reported the emails to the gardai.

Dad of missing Dublin teen Amy Fitzpatrick says their family have been targeted by a sick email troll © Provided by Trinity Mirror Shared Services Limited Devastated Christopher told The Irish Sun: “This person has been making all sorts of allegations and he seems to be obsessed with the case.

“I don’t know why they’re doing it but this is just giving us false hope . . . it’s only adding to the trauma and heartbreak we have endured all these years.

“The emails are constant and it’s a form of harassment we don’t need after everything we have been through.

“I’ve lost my two beautiful children and I know in my heart if my daughter was out there somewhere she would have ­contacted us.

Dad of missing Dublin teen Amy Fitzpatrick says their family have been targeted by a sick email troll © Credits: Gareth Chaney Collins “I don’t know why anyone would do such a terrible thing and I hope the ­Gardai get to the bottom of it.”

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Speaking on Wednesday to mark the sixth annual Missing Persons Day in Dublin, Christopher begged detectives in Spain to consider re-investigating Amy's disappearance.

“I think the Spanish need to appoint cold case investigators to look at my daughter’s case.

“We have faced a battle from day one to find out what happened to her and every time we ring we can’t get answers.

“My sister Christine has done everything to try and find Amy over the years but we have had no help.

“When you look at other countries there are Governments who provide resources for investigations but we haven’t had this.

“All I am asking for is more support for families because they are all in a ­living hell.”

Christopher has also provided a DNA sample to the national database in the hopes it could help the case.

He said: “I never gave my DNA before but at least it’s there now if any developments are made over the coming months and years.

"It’s almost 11 years since my precious daughter went missing and all we want to know is what happened to her."

"The answer lies in Spain but if there is anyone out there who has information they should come ­forward immediately.”

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