Man missing in Dublin found safe and well

Man missing in Dublin found safe and well

Update March 14: Karen Joseph Holland has been found safe and well. Gardaí have thanked the public for their help in this matter.

Man missing in Dublin found safe and well

Earlier: The parents of a 35-year-old man who is missing since yesterday are said to be concerned for his safety.

Karen Joseph Holland is missing from Lucan and was last seen on the morning of March 11.

Mr Holland is described as being approximately 5’ 6’’ tall with short brown hair and a beard.

When last seen he was wearing a hi-vis vest below-waist workman’s jacket and/or a camouflage jacket, blue Jeans and t-shirt, black runners, and carrying a blue/black backpack.

Gardai are seeking the public’s assistance in locating Mr Holland.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Lucan Garda Station on 01 6667300, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

More on this topic

Update: Dublin teenager found safe and wellUpdate: Dublin teenager found safe and well

Missing 87-year-old from Mayo located safe and wellMissing 87-year-old from Mayo located safe and well

Gardaí appeal for help in search for missing man in GalwayGardaí appeal for help in search for missing man in Galway

Update: Missing 79-year-old man found safe and wellUpdate: Missing 79-year-old man found safe and well


More in this Section

Kodie's death should spur nations to do more on fishing safety, lawyer saysKodie's death should spur nations to do more on fishing safety, lawyer says

Cork town moves to end private operation of pay parking enforcement  Cork town moves to end private operation of pay parking enforcement

Garda-PSNI relationship 'could be undermined' without Brexit agreementGarda-PSNI relationship 'could be undermined' without Brexit agreement

Cork has gone from leader to laggard in delivery of biking infrastructure, cyclists sayCork has gone from leader to laggard in delivery of biking infrastructure, cyclists say


Lifestyle

A scientific study has found that the teatime treat is just as effective as shop-bought energy gels.You might want to swap your energy gels for mashed potato on your next run

We catch up with Bushmills’ master distiller, who tells Sam Wylie-Harris more about this liquid gold.Irish whiskey masterclass: 11 things you need to know

Temples, beaches, and several nations with new names.From Bhutan to Costa Rica, Lonely Planet reveals its top countries to visit in 2020

Columnist and trained counsellor Fiona Caine offers guidance to a woman who’s unsure how to manage her mother’s dying wishes.Ask a counsellor: ‘Is it appropriate to notify my mother’s friends of her death by email?’

More From The Irish Examiner