Glenavon welcomed members of Natalie McNally’s family to Mourneview Park last night (Tuesday) for our game against Cliftonville.
Natalie was murdered at her home at Silverwood Green on Sunday, December 18 – the same night as the World Cup final.
She was just 32-years-old and was pregnant with her unborn son, Dean.
The murder has repulsed the public, particularly in her home town. To date nobody has been charged for this heinous crime.
During the game supporters were shown details of the police appeal into Natalie’s murder on the club’s scoreboard.
Were you watching the World Cup final with a group at a house or a bar? Did someone in the group seem off or leave early?
Do you know someone who has suddenly gone quiet after December 18, 2022?
Do you know someone who isn’t texting back as often after December 18, 2022?
Do you know someone who hasn’t left the house as often since December 18, 2022?
Do you know someone who has taken a sudden trip to the south of Ireland or overseas with no reason since December 18, 2022?
Was anyone in your friend group or known circles not texting back or answering calls during the World Cup final when they usually would?
Do they match the profile of the man in the CCTV (shown below)?
Please give any information you can, even if you think it doesn’t matter. DO NOT protect this man. DO NOT show loyalty to this man. If he did this to Natalie McNally, then you are not safe.
All information will be treated with the strictest of confidence.
If you can help, please contact Detectives at MIT 2, Ladas Drive. Telephone 101 and ask for extension 21353 or call direct on 028 9070 0353. Police crime ref: 212 – 19/12/22.
Meanwhile, a rally in memory of Natalie, Dean and all female victims of violence will take place in Lurgan Park this Saturday at 2pm. Anyone attending is encouraged to wear pink or blue in memory of Natalie and Dean.
Glenavon stand shoulder to shoulder with the McNally’s, who are lifelong supporters of the club, and express our deepest sympathies to them on their tragic loss.