EXCLUSIVE: Costa del Sol woman ‘missing’ for seven weeks found after Facebook tip-off

MISSING: Marie McManus and (inset) the hotel in Torremolinos where she was last known to have checked in to

AN ANXIOUS family have been reunited this afternoon (Friday) after they issued a public appeal to find Marie McManus who vanished almost seven weeks ago on Spain’s Costa del Sol.

They had appealed to expats living in southern Spain and holidaymakers – particularly in the coastal resorts of Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Malaga and Marbella –
to circulate Marie’s details to help find her.

Marie McManus had used her credit card to pay for a hotel in Torremolinos on July 8 – and the card was last used on July 11 in the same holiday resort town.

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Her mum was the last person to speak to her on July 15.

The Euro Weekly News was the first newspaper to break the story a week and this afternoon (Friday) we can reveal she has been located.

A source close to the family told us, “Her mum and brother flew to Spain yesterday after a tip off and she was exactly where someone said they seen her.

“They found her about 3 hours ago. She’s safe and ok.”

And Marie’s brother, Declan, confirmed to us, “Yes, we found her today.”

Declan added today, “We followed up a Facebook message I had received and got her in Marbella.”

Only a few days ago the EWN was told, “I have seen an appeal for information on Marie. I’m pretty sure I saw Marie sat outside Fuengirola train station on Saturday afternoon (25.08.2018) with a white dog (maybe chihuahua cross).

“I overheard the lady call the dog Jack. She had a green top on with shorts.

“I hope this helps.”

FAMILY APPEAL: Costa del Sol expats and holidaymakers urged to help find missing Brit


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