Gardaí appeal for help tracing missing man from Dublin

Gardaí appeal for help tracing missing man from Dublin

Gardaí are appealing for your help in tracing the whereabouts of a missing man in Dublin.

34-year-old Amit Chawla was last seen in the early hours of Tuesday, 8th of September, on Rutland Place North in Dublin 1.

Amit is an Indian National and is described as being six foot tall and of stocky build.

When last seen he was wearing blue track suit bottoms with a white hoodie top and black runners.

Anyone who has seen Amit or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Gardaí.

There is no photograph available at this time.

Update 6pm, September 14: Amit Chawla has been found safe and well.


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