Gardaí appeal for help over missing Limerick man

Gardaí appeal for help over missing Limerick man

Gardaí in Dublin are seeking the public’s help in tracing the whereabouts of a 22-year-old who's been missing since last Friday, November 1.

Anthony Brady, who is originally from Limerick, was staying with relatives in Kilnamanagh, Tallaght.

He was last seen on Redwood Court, Kilnamanagh at approximately 6 o'clock on Friday evening.

Anthony is described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall, of medium build, with light brown hair.

When last seen he was wearing a red hoody and black tracksuit bottoms.

Gardai are concerned for his welfare and anyone with information is asked to contact Tallaght Garda Station on 01 6666000, the Garda Confidential Line 1800-666-111 or any Garda Station.


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