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Bishop calls for Lisa information
Lisa Dorrian
Lisa Dorrian went missing last February
A Church of Ireland bishop has added his voice to those calling for help to find a murdered Bangor woman.

Lisa Dorrian, 25, went missing last February and despite extensive searches her body has never been found.

The Bishop of Down and Dromore, Harold Miller, said anyone with information about where her remains may be must come forward.

"It is morally unacceptable to leave a family not knowing where their loved one is to be found," he said.

He said no-one wanted "her family and loved ones to face another year in a vacuum of uncertainty".

Earlier this week, the family of the missing woman said a website set up to help find Lisa's body had been visited by people "close" to the alleged suspects.

Caravan park in Ballyhalbert
Lisa went missing after a party on a caravan park

The family launched the website before Christmas and have said it has received about five million hits.

Her sister Joanne said the family had been heartened by messages of support.

Lisa was last seen at a party on a caravan a site in Ballyhalbert, County Down, on 28 February 2005.

Detectives believe her body may have been hidden in water.

Police believe members of the paramilitary Loyalist Volunteer Force may have been involved in Lisa's killing.

The Lisa Dorrian website contains a page where information about her disappearance can be given anonymously.

It also features information about Lisa, from her childhood to the day she disappeared, as well as a section for messages of support for the family.

A forensic scientist looking at the cases of the Disappeared is also working on Lisa's case.

The scientist is being funded by the British and Irish governments to help locate the remains of five people abducted, murdered and secretly buried by the IRA during the Troubles.

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