Dublin Gardaí search for missing teenager

Dublin Gardaí search for missing teenager

A teenager has gone missing from their home in Dublin.

Gardaí in Balbriggan are asking for the public's help in tracing 18-year-old Stephen Sweetman who was last seen in Clonard, Balbriggan at around 4pm yesterday.

He is described as being 6’2" tall, with an athletic build, short brown hair and brown eyes.

When last seen Stephen was wearing a bright blue Canterbury hooded sweatshirt, navy Canterbury tracksuit bottoms, and brand new white trainers with fluorescent yellow markings.

Anyone who has seen Stephen or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Balbriggan Garda Station on 01-8020510 The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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