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Police are trying to establish the identity of a woman

Police are trying to establish the identity of a woman whose body was found on a remote Scottish beach after she entered the water in Northern Ireland.

It is believed she went into the sea between Bangor and Ballywalter, Co Down in July 2017.

Missing Person Annie McCarrick

It has now emerged that investigators believe Annie was NOT in Johnny Foxes Pub in the village of Glencullen the night of her disappearance and they feel it was a case of mistaken identity.

We really hope for some positive news with this investigation

If you have information you would like passed on please don't hesitate to get in touch with us, the Missing Persons Helpline on 1890442552.

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Claudia's law

Claudia's law

claudia's law, to help families of missing people, clears parliament
The law, named after Claudia lawerence, will allow a missing person's relative to look after financial affairs on their behalf
 
http://news.sky.com/story/claudias-law-to-help-families-of-missing-people-clears-parliament-10853381

A safer return...

Please follow the link to read the full article.

https://www.missingpeople.org.uk/files/PandR/A_Safer_Return-full.pdf

Some news from our colleagues in Cork City Missing Persons Search and Rescue

Some news from our colleagues in Cork City Missing Persons Search and Rescue

The committee has accepted the resignation of search coordinator David Lenihan.

David was the founder of CCMPSAR, previously the Missing Persons Association way back in 2002. Over the years, we have worked closely with David and his dedicated colleagues and on more than a few occasions we have been glad to avail of David’s co-operation, extensive knowledge and experience in the field of Missing Persons.

 

We would like to acknowledge his commitment and hard work and it is our hope that David will enjoy his new position and continue to be the fount of knowledge that he is.

“And still they gazed, and still the wonder grew that one small head could carry all he knew...”

Thanks David, from all at the National Missing Persons Helpline.

Our recent Family Support Day...

Our recent Family Support Day was another huge success and received great feedback from all those who came along.


Despite the obvious hurt and emotional trauma, the resilience and strength of families, which was shared with us has again left us in awe. We recognize the difficult nature of the day for families and thank them for the information and conversation they shared with others.


Our next day is planned for early July and places are strictly limited. If you would like to meet other families in an informal and confidential setting, please contact Ciaran on 1890 442 552 to reserve your place.

Please share this message and thank you.

William Mulvihill

Gardaí are renewing their appeal for information about 54-year old William Mulvihill, who was last seen on the 21st of August 2016 near the N69 Tralee to Listowel bypass at a roundabout at Kielduff, Tralee, County Kerry.

He is described as 1.6m (5'3'') tall, medium build with green eyes. When last seen he was wearing a tweed suit jacket, chequered shirt and blue jeans. Mr Mulvihill has red receding hair and a thick red moustache.

Tralee was extremely busy on the evening of Su...nday the 21st August 2016 and there were a lot of extra visitors to the town attending the Rose of Tralee Festival.

Anyone with information about William Mulvihill’s disappearance is asked to contact Tralee Garda Station on 066-7102300, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.

Sean Walsh


Have you seen Sean?

26-year-old Irish National Sean Walsh, was last seen in the Randwick NSW area on Sunday 10th May 2009.

In 2007, Sean had left his home in Dungarvan, Ireland, on a round the world ticket. He had travelled throughout different countries before arriving in Australia in 2008.

Sean had been residing in a flat in Randwick NSW, which he was sharing with a flatmate. On the morning of the 10th May when Sean had not exited his bedroom his flatmate went to check on him and found his room empty. His clothes and mobile were in the room but no sign of Sean.

At the time of his disappearance, Sean was working as a carpet cleaner, and would often borrow the company van on weekends. Over the weekend Sean was last seen, he had borrowed the vehicle so he could go to book a ticket for an upcoming trip he had planned to visit his family in Ireland. On the Sunday morning, the company owner woke to find the van parked in his driveway unlocked, with the keys still in the ignition, and some of Sean's possessions, including his surfboard, wetsuit, rash vest, paperwork and a T-Shirt. However, there was no evidence to suggest where Sean may have gone.

Sean has not made contact with family or friends since this date, he failed to board the plane on Tuesday the 12th May as planned and has not accessed any of his bank accounts. His family are extremely concerned for his safety and welfare as it is completely out of character for Sean to just disappear.

Although police state there is no evidence to suggest foul play, investigations have failed to locate Sean or his movements after the 10th May.

Sean is described as standing 175cm tall with a thin build, shaved brown hair, blue eyes and a fair complexion. Sean was last seen wearing a Khaki coloured jumper, Khaki boardshorts and things. Sean would now be aged 33 years old.

If you have any information which may assist police please contact Crimestoppers on 1800 333 000 or The national Missing Persons Helpline on 1890 442 552.

Fiona Sinnott

A fresh appeal has been issued for information on the disappearance of Wexford woman Fiona Sinnott almost 20 years ago.


Gardaí investigating the case would like to thank the public for their valuable assistance following the recent Crime Call appeal. They are continuing to appeal to anyone who can assist with the investigation to make contact with them at Wexford Garda Station on 053-9165200.

Ms Sinnott was 19-years-old when she disappeared.

She was last seen in the Broadway area of Co Wexford on 8 February 1998 at around midnight when she left Butler's Pub where she had been out with friends.

A passing motorists saw a man and a woman on the road near Kisha Cross, Broadway at around the same time and there were also two men in their late teens or early 20s close by.

None of these four people have ever come forward and gardaí are anxious to trace them or anyone else who may have been in the area that night to come forward.

So far Gardaí have carried out 459 inquiries and taken 355 statements in relation to Ms Sinnott's disappearance.

Anyone with information or who can assist with the investigation is asked to contact Wexford Garda Station on 053 9165200, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or you can call the Missing Persons Helpline on 1890442552.

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