The family of a missing Co Meath mum-of-two who vanished without a trace over two years ago fear she she may have been murdered. Elizabeth Clarke (25) was last seen in Navan, Co Meath, in November 2013, the Irish Independent reports today. But despite two years of endless searching there has been no clues as to the 25-year-old's whereabouts. Grandmother Lena Clarke said: "We think she has been murdered. "We know Elizabeth, she wouldn't go anywhere without saying anything to us. She wouldn't leave her two young children, she lived for them. "They are only two and five now. She wouldn't miss them growing up." Her heartbroken aunt, Geraldine Olliffe said there has been no trace of her niece for two years. "There is nothing of Elizabeth. She has completely disappeared leaving her two young kids, and there has been no sightings, no evidence of where she went. "She hasn't appeared on CCTV, there have been no proper sighting. There has been nothing. Just nothing. "People don't just vanish into thin air without a trace, and that is what has happened to our Elizabeth," she said. "We know that she wouldn't leave her little ones either, she lived for them, and everything she did was for them. She wouldn't walk out on them," she added.
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