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GV-MAP(N. IRELAND SHOWING POSITION OF CRAWFORDSBURN)
PAN-GV-CHILDREN PLAYING ON BEACH
GV-PEOPLE WALKING IN THE PARK
PAN-POLICE SITTING AT TABLES, CARRYING OUT ENQUIRIES
GV-COASTGUARDS ON A DINGY
GV-HARE'S CAR PARKED ON THE BEACH
GV-Mrs. Hare walking along beach
GV-POLICE PUTTING POSTERS ON A CAR
CU-MRS. JESSIE HARE
REPORTER:....Michelle Hare was with her family on a beach near Crawfordsburn, near Bangor when she disappeared...............
..Michelle was last seen playing here at 3 o' clock last Sunday....................perhaps a little more likely. she was abducted and the people who might have seen her, who were on the beach or in the park, last Sunday, did come back in answer to police appeal....................on the results so far, Chief Inspector Terkington.
"The valuable information now coming forward is being processed by the C.I.D. team set up and we're looking into this information."
REPORTER: And the photographs?
"Photographs have been very valuable, there are one or two very good photographs giving us some very useful information."
REPORTER: At the same time, coastguards are continuing their search of the land waters. On shore the Hare family car was parked where it had been last week and Michele's mother was also present, although it was obviously a great ordeal for her. She insisted on coming incase it might jog someone's memory.
"Mrs. Hare; Well, the police asked us to come down just incase someone recognised us, just to see if anyone would come forward."
REPORTER: It's a very good response, isn't it?
MRS. HARE: "It has been, yes, we couldn't ask for any more help than what we're getting."
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