Chloe Mitchell Murder: Two Men Charged Over Murder And Disappearance Of 21-Year-Old

According to the Police Service of Northern Ireland (PSNI), two males have been accused of the murder and disappearance of Chloe Mitchell, a native of Country Antrim.

A 26-year-old male has been charged with murder, and a 34-year-old man has been accused of aiding and abetting.

On Monday morning, both men are scheduled to appear before the Ballymena magistrates court.

In the wee hours of Saturday, June 3, Mitchell, 21, was last seen on surveillance footage in the Ballymena town centre.

Following the possible discovery of human remains near Ballymena on Sunday, detectives looking into her disappearance opened a murder investigation.

During the search for Chloe Mitchell on Sunday, forensic investigators from the police were visiting a building on James Street in Ballymena. 

On Sunday night, forensic officers went to a flat in Ballymena’s James Street neighbourhood. Police had earlier in the week cordoned off the property. Following days of intensive searching across Ballymena, the discovery was made.

Police received help from the Community Rescue Service (CRS) in searching.

The volunteer-based organization said in a statement on Sunday night: “The CRS would like to thank the people of Ballymena, those who live and work in the Harryville area and especially Chloe’s family and friends for their exceptional support during our operations.”

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