Limerick man missing in Dublin following GAA match located safe and well

Limerick man missing in Dublin following GAA match located safe and well

Tuesday, July 31, 2018: Simon Quinn, 25, who was missing from Harcourt Street, Dublin in the early hours of yesterday morning has been located safe and well.

Gardaí wish to thank the media and public for their assistance in the matter.

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Gardaí are seeking the public's help in tracing a 25-year-old Limerick man who has gone missing in Dublin.

Simon Quinn was last seen in Harcourt Street at around 2.30 this morning.

He was in the city to watch Sunday's Limerick-Cork hurling semi-final.

He is described as being 5 foot 3 inches in height, of stocky build and with short brown hair.

When last seen he was wearing a green Limerick GAA jersey and blue jeans.

- Digital Desk

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