Latest: Missing Cork man found safe and well

Latest: Missing Cork man found safe and well

Update 7.50pm: Thomas Shinnick has been located safe and well this evening.

5.50pm: Gardaí in Mallow are appealing to the public for assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 22-year-old Thomas Shinnick, from Buttevant, Co. Cork.

Thomas was last seen on Monday when he left home with his dog.

He is described as being 6'1" with dark hair.

When last seen he was wearing a bright blue jacket, dark jeans and blue/brown shoes.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Mallow Garda Station or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.

Digital Desk

More on this topic

Family concerned as Cork gardaí appeal for help to find missing French manFamily concerned as Cork gardaí appeal for help to find missing French man

Gardaí concerned as they appeal for help to find man missing for four daysGardaí concerned as they appeal for help to find man missing for four days

Missing Dublin girl found safe and well Missing Dublin girl found safe and well

Missing Dublin man found safe and well Missing Dublin man found safe and well


More in this Section

Poll gives Fianna Fáil slender two-point lead as Sinn Féin takes support from Fine GaelPoll gives Fianna Fáil slender two-point lead as Sinn Féin takes support from Fine Gael

Poll gives Fianna Fáil slender two-point lead as Sinn Féin takes support from Fine GaelPoll gives Fianna Fáil slender two-point lead as Sinn Féin takes support from Fine Gael

Cork candidate hopes to be city’s first Traveller TD in DáilCork candidate hopes to be city’s first Traveller TD in Dáil

Cork gardaí appeal for witnesses to burglary where father of three was set alightCork gardaí appeal for witnesses to burglary where father of three was set alight


Lifestyle

SECOND Captains is one of the long-running success stories in Irish podcasting. Ostensibly a sports show led by Eoin McDevitt, Ken Early, and Ciarán Murphy, the former Off The Ball team from Newstalk launched the podcast in mid-2013. two Monday shows are offered for free, with Tuesday-Friday behind a Patreon subscriber model and dubbed ‘The World Service’. It has more than 11,500 subscribers.Podcast Corner: First-class podcasts from Second Captains

The incredible life of Ireland’s first celebrity chef has been turned into a play, writes Colette SheridanHow Maura Laverty cooked up a storm

Their paths first crossed on the top floor of the library at University College Cork in October 2010 when both were students there so Amy Coleman and Steven Robinson were delighted to retrace their footsteps on their big day.Wedding of the Week: College sweethearts open new chapter

Peter Dowdall reveals why all roads will lead to Tullow in County Carlow on February 1Snowdrop patrol: Why all roads will lead to County Carlow

More From The Irish Examiner