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A mural was unveiled in Newry at the weekend in memory of Belfast Schoolboy Noah Donohoe. Noah disappeared in June 2020 after he left home on his bicycle on his way to meet friends. He never got there and his body was found a week later in a storm drain in North Belfast.
Emmanuel Mc Evoy pictured beside the mural of Noah Donohue on his gable on the junction of Catherine Street/ Canal Street, Newry. Conor McGinley and Yella G of Pigment Space created the mural to remember schoolboy Noah who disappeared in Belfast in June, his body found a week later in a storm drain. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/ Newry.ie
Emmanuel Mc Evoy pictured beside the mural of Noah Donohue on his gable on the junction of Catherine Street/ Canal Street, Newry. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/ Newry.ie
Street artists Conor McGinley and Yella G of Pigment Space created the mural to remember Noah on the gable wall of Emmanuel McEvoy's house on the corner of Catherine Street and Canal Street in Newry. Emmanuel's gable had previously contained a Save Daisy Hill mural.
Getting a photo of the new mural. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/ Newry.ie
Getting a photo of the new mural. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/ Newry.ie
Noah's mother Fiona recently launched a Twitter campaign to promote awareness of her son in the hope that many questions that remain about her son's disappearance might be answered.
Conor McGinley at work on the Noah Donohue mural. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/ Newry.ie
Conor McGinley at work on the Noah Donohue mural. Photograph: Columba O'Hare/ Newry.ie

As well as the artists and Emmanuel donating his gable wall, other people involved in the project include Gary McDonald and Ronan McGrath and those who donated towards costs.

Check the Twitter page out at TWITTER.COM/MYNOAH8

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