Gardaí ask for information on 50-year-old man missing in Limerick since Monday

Gardaí ask for information on 50-year-old man missing in Limerick since Monday

Gardaí have asked for the help of the public in locating a 50-year-old man missing in Limerick since Monday.

William Spratt is 50 years old and is missing from the Thomondgate area of Limerick.

He is described as being five feet eight inches in height with short brown hair, of strong build and with blue eyes. He is believed to be travelling in a white 2009 Dublin registered Fiat Scudo van.

Anyone with information has been asked to contact Gardaí in Henry Street on 061 212 400.

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