Noah Donohoe 14 yrs disappeared in North Belfast in June 21st, shortly after he was seen cycling near the Shore Roadsparking a huge search effort. His body was later found in a storm drain.
Noah's mother Fiona has launched a public appeal to find out what happened to her son. She has set up dedicated pages on Twitter and Facebook, called MyNoah Donohoe, as she seeks answers about his disappearance and death.
The Mayor of Derry City and Strabane District, Councillor Brian Tierney, has pledged his support to the family of teenager Noah Donohoe, as they continue to seek answers surrounding his tragic death.
Belfast City Council announced City Hall will be lit up in blue on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd August 2020 to back the campaign.
An inquest into the death of Belfast schoolboy Noah Donohoe is set to take place early next 2021.
The date of January 18 , 2021 was set on Friday 15/08/20 at a preliminary review hearing held in Laganside Court by Coroner Joe McCrisken.
The Tinnies will be lit up blue this weekend in support of the 'Remembering Noah' campaign 💙— Mayor Derry Strabane (@mayordcsdc) August 19, 2020
My thoughts continue to be with Fiona Donohoe & her wider family during their unimaginable grief as they search for more information on what happened to Noah.
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