Gardaí appeal for help to find missing Wicklow teenager

Gardaí appeal for help to find missing Wicklow teenager

Gardaí are appealing to the public for assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 17-year-old Adem Shehu, missing from Roundwood, Co. Wicklow since yesterday.

Adem is described as approximately 5-foot-10 in height with short brown hair and brown eyes.

When last seen he was wearing grey-black jeans, black and white Adidas runners and black bomber jacket.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Wicklow Garda Station 0404-60140 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.

More on this topic

Gardaí seek help in finding missing 34-year-old man from LimerickGardaí seek help in finding missing 34-year-old man from Limerick

Family of missing Dublin couple believed to be murdered 'just want their bodies back'Family of missing Dublin couple believed to be murdered 'just want their bodies back'

Update: Missing 75-year-old man locatedUpdate: Missing 75-year-old man located

Campaign to raise awareness of country's missing persons launched in Dublin and CorkCampaign to raise awareness of country's missing persons launched in Dublin and Cork


More in this Section

Eight migrants found on ship in Waterford deported from IrelandEight migrants found on ship in Waterford deported from Ireland

HSE: 120 people could die from the flu this winter HSE: 120 people could die from the flu this winter

Jury continues deliberations in Mitchelstown murder trialJury continues deliberations in Mitchelstown murder trial

Flu vaccine uptake by people aged over 65 reaches 62%Flu vaccine uptake by people aged over 65 reaches 62%


Lifestyle

The Marquee in Cork dominated the gig news this week, with a string of announcements for what is expected to be the final year at the Monahan Road venue before the site is developedScene + Heard: The most played artist on Spotify and all the latest music news

Esther N McCarthy picks perfect paperweights, brilliant books and Christmas collectables this week.Brilliant books and Christmas collectables - here's our wish list

John Spillane tells Ellie O’Byrne how he’s hoping to fund his next album by taking the bardic route of writing unique compositions for people on whatever they’d like‘I’ll write you a song for €1,000' - John Spillane's unique way to fund new album

From starring in a Cork-set film, to securing a role in Ridley Scott’s major new HBO series, it has been quite a year for Niamh Algar, writes Esther McCarthyIreland’s next big thing: Niamh Algar on her incredible year

More From The Irish Examiner