Body of missing man found

Body of missing man found

Update August 24: The body of Harold Keogh has been located.

Gardaí wish to thank the media and the public for their assistance in this mater.

No further action is required.

Earlier: A man has gone missing from his home in Co. Carlow.

Gardaí are asking for the public's help in finding 33-year-old Harold Keogh who is missing from his home in Myshall since Sunday.

Harold is described as being five feet nine inches tall with blonde hair.

It is not known what he was wearing when last seen.

Gardaí have said they are "concerned" for his welfare and have asked that anyone with information to contact them at Bagenalstown Garda Station on 059-9721212, the Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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