Search underway for Irish woman missing in France since Wednesday

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Ms Noonan, from Co Clare, was living and working in Annonay as an English language teacher.

The body of 20-year-old Eimear Noonan, an Irish woman who had been reported missing in the southeast of France, has been found in a public park.

Police in Lyon and Annonay are both involved in a search operation to find her.

She is not believed to have a wallet, purse or ID on her.

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Eimear hasn't been since Wednesday, and had not informed work she would be absent.

She was described as a "warm, bubbly person who had already made a wide circle of friends there through her love of music and singing".

"She graduated last month from UCC with an honours degree in Irish and French, was a talented violinist and to our vast pride was head of the UCC orchestra for her final year there".

"My younger sister Eimear has gone missing in Annonay, France, half an hour outside Lyon", one family member wrote on Facebook.

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