Fears rise for Galway man missing for nearly a fortnight

Fears rise for Galway man missing for nearly a fortnight

Fears are growing for a middle-aged Galway man who has been missing for almost two weeks.

46-year-old Seán Ó hIarnain, also known as John Hernon, from Carna, has not been seen since August 29.

The last sighting was at the Days Hotel in Ballymun in Dublin.

Seán is 6 foot 2, of broad build with grey hair and blue eyes.

He was driving a white Volvo S60, with a Galway registration and may be in the greater Dublin or Kildare area.

Gardaí are asking anyone with information to get in touch.

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