15-year-old who was missing from Bray found safe and well

15-year-old who was missing from Bray found safe and well

Update July 22: Cian Cleary has been located safe and well.

Original report:

Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a teenage boy missing from County Wicklow.

15-year-old Cian Cleary went mising from Bray on July 13 - he was last seen on that day getting on a bus headed for Dublin.

He was then seen in the Coolock area on July 18 at around 6pm.

Cian is 5 foot 9, of medium build with short brown hair and brown eyes.

When last seen Cian was wearing navy Adidas shorts with red stripes, and a grey coloured t-shirt.

Gardaí are concerned for Cian's welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact them at Bray Garda Station.


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