Gardaí 'concerned' for man missing for almost three weeks whose car was found near a forest

Gardaí 'concerned' for man missing for almost three weeks whose car was found near a forest

Gardaí are asking for the public's help to find a Polish man who has been missing from his home in Maynooth since April 17.

Marcin Michalak, aged 35, was last seen at a supermarket in Maynooth.

He is described as being five feet nine inches tall, with a strong appearance, a tight hair cut and a partial beard.

When last seen he was wearing blue jeans, a black hoodie top with red writing on it and beige walking shoes. He was known to carry a small black backpack.

Marcin was driving a Grey Mazda 6 car with the registration number 04 WX 203 that was found by a routine Garda patrol at Luggala, Co. Wicklow close to a forest area and trails in the Wicklow National Park.

Gardaí 'concerned' for man missing for almost three weeks whose car was found near a forest

Gardaí are concerned for Marcin’s welfare and anyone with information or who may have seen his car are asked to contact Leixlip Garda Station on 01 - 6667800, The Garda Confidential Line, 1800 666111 or any Garda Station.


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