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Members of the public who believe they have significant information which could help the investigation into the disappearance of teenager Noah Donohoe can now use PSNI’s Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP)

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Members of the public who believe they have significant information which could help the investigation into the disappearance of teenager Noah Donohoe can now use PSNI’s Major Incident Public Portal (MIPP).

Active from this afternoon, the MIPP is a 24/7 online reporting platform; another investigative tool for police to focus on finding Noah and for anyone with information to tell police what they know.

Superintendent Muir Clark said: “We recognise that huge amounts of public information is coming into us, and we are extremely thankful for that. However, I want to stress that the activation of the MIPP does not mean that police think a crime has been committed. The investigation into the teenager’s disappearance remains very much a missing person enquiry at this time.

“By activating MIPP we are simply providing the public with another way in which to report what they believe to be significant information and we would ask that the public only use MIPP if they have information in relation to Noah’s disappearance.

“If anyone has what they believe to be urgent information relating to Noah’s whereabouts, call 999 or 101. Do not use MIPP in those circumstances.”

The Major Incident Public Portal can be accessed at https://mipp.police.uk/operation/PSNI20P09-PO1 . It can be accessed from any device with internet access and videos and images can be uploaded onto it.

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