Latest: Missing Cork man found safe and well in Dublin

Latest: Missing Cork man found safe and well in Dublin

Update April 3: Gardaí at Togher have thanked the public for their help finding 28-year-old Kieran Keogh.

Kieran has been located in the Dublin area, safe and well.

Earlier: Gardaí in Cork appealing for help to find missing Kieran Keogh

April 2: Gardaí in Cork are appealing to the public for help in finding a 28-year-old man reported missing from Youghal.

Kieran Keogh was last seen in the early hours of March 26, in the Wilton area.

He is described as 6ft tall, with short brown hair and green eyes.

When last seen he was wearing a green and grey tracksuit top, dark tracksuit pants, a black hat, a hi-vis RSA bib and brown shoes.

He was also carrying a white bag.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Togher Garda Station 021-4947120 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.

- Digital Desk

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