Lucan gardaí search for missing 14-year-old

Lucan gardaí search for missing 14-year-old

Lucan gardaí search for missing 14-year-old

Gardaí in Lucan are searching for a 14-year-old boy who has been missing for four days.

Daniel Murphy was last seen in the city centre of Dublin last Sunday afternoon.

He is described as being 5' 10" in height, of medium build with brown hair and blue eyes.

When last seen, he was wearing grey tracksuit, white polo t-shirt, black coat, with blue and orange stripped runners.

Daniel is known to frequent the city centre and Finglas area.

Gardaí are appealing for anyone with information to contact Lucan Garda Station on 01 6667300, the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.


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