Appeal over Dublin woman missing since Thursday

Appeal over Dublin woman missing since Thursday
Catherine O'Reilly

Gardaí have issued an appeal over a Dublin woman missing since Thursday.

Catherine O'Reilly, 38, was last seen near the Marywell Industrial Estate on Thursday evening.

She is described as being 5’ 4’’ tall, of slim build with long brown/black hair and blue eyes. She is believed to be wearing a black bubble type jacket.

Anyone who has seen Catherine or who can assist in locating her is asked to contact Clontarf Garda Station on 01 6664800, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

UPDATE 09/11/2014: The search for Catherine O'Reilly has been stood down following the recovery of a body.


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