Latest: Missing Tipperary man located in UK

Latest: Missing Tipperary man located in UK

Update November 28: Stephen Cullinan has been located in the UK and is due to be reunited with his family.

Earlier: The family of a missing Tipperary student is renewing their appeal for help in finding him.

25-year-old Stephen Cullinan who has been missing for three weeks, was last seen in the St Stephen’s Green area of Dublin.

The IFA is today doing a leaflet drop in the Dublin 1 area as part of the search.

Stephen is 5 foot 11 inches in height, of medium build with short fair hair and glasses and was wearing a hoodie and jeans when last seen.


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