Gardaí recover body in search for 73-year-old man

Gardaí recover body in search for 73-year-old man

Update December 11: Missing person Jim Boyle was located deceased shortly before noon today during searches near Rathmullan, Co Donegal.

Gardaí and the family of the deceased wish to thank the public and media for their assistance. The family have requested privacy at this time.

Earlier: Gardaí in Donegal are seeking the public's help in tracing the whereabouts of a missing man.

73-year-old Jim Boyle who lives on his own in a remote area, has not been seen in four weeks.

He is described as being 5 foot 10 in height, of strong build with black short hair, and is clean shaven.

When last seen he was wearing a grey woollen worn jumper, black worn suit trousers and black wellingtons.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Milford gardaí on 074-9153060, or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800-666-111.


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