Gardaí renew appeal on one-year anniversary of Dublin man going missing

Gardaí renew appeal on one-year anniversary of Dublin man going missing

A renewed appeal has been launched to find a missing Dublin man on the first anniversary of his disappearance.

Gerard (Gerry) Taylor when missing from his home at the Grande Central Apartments in Sandyford in 2019.

Mr Taylor was last seen on Kellystown Road in Rathfarnham, walking in the direction of Ticknock shortly after 11am on Saturday, May 25, 2019.

Gerry is described as being 5' 10" in height and of medium build. He has grey hair and stubble, blue eyes and wears glasses.

When last seen, he was wearing a blue sports cap, black jacket with a hood, bottle green-coloured chino trousers and navy Adidas flat trainers with a white sole and white stripes on the side.

Gardaí and Gerry's family have serious concerns for his welfare and are asking anyone with information on his whereabouts to contact Dundrum Garda Station.

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