The organisers of a special protest seeking an inquest into the disappearance of Donegal girl Mary Boyle next week say it will be a peaceful non-political event.
The march is taking place next Monday outside the offices of the Garda ombudsman to mark the 40th anniversary of her disappearance.
Mary Boyle went missing from near her grandparents house on March 18th 1977 making her’s Ireland’s longest missing child case.
The march is being organised by the ‘Justice for Mary Boyle’ group and will assemble at the Garda Ombudsman’s office at 2pm.
Spokesperson for the group Joe Craig says they are holding it on Monday when all of the offices are open and they are hoping the public will support the event:
Craig told Ocean FM the protest will also afford other families who feel they have been victims of injustice the chance to be heard