Missing teen's family 'very concerned' as appeal for information renewed

Missing teen's family 'very concerned' as appeal for information renewed

Gardaí have renewed their appeal for help to find 18-year-old Dylan Keogh.

Dylan was last seen in the Clontarf area on January 11, 2019. He is missing from his home in Glasnevin.

Dylan is 5'8" in height, of slim build with dark shoulder length hair and brown eyes.

He was last seen wearing a navy 'onesie', black runners and a blue bandana on his forehead.

Dylan's bike was located in the Dunes, Dollymount Beach, Clontarf D3 and gardaí wish to appeal to anyone who may have been walking in the area to contact them with any information they may have.

Dylan's family and gardaí are very concerned for his wellbeing and ask anyone with information to contact Ballymun Garda Station at (01) 666 4400, the Garda Confidential Line 1800-66-111 or any Garda Station.


More in this Section

Fifth of college students from ‘affluent’ homes - studyFifth of college students from ‘affluent’ homes - study

Second Fianna Fáil TD admits voting in another party member’s nameSecond Fianna Fáil TD admits voting in another party member’s name

Founder of air ambulance charity declared bankruptFounder of air ambulance charity declared bankrupt

Two divers rescued off south Dublin coastTwo divers rescued off south Dublin coast


Lifestyle

Pollutants can have an impact on your health, but there are things you can do to reduce the potential damage.High pollution days ‘lead to more cardiac arrests and strokes’: 5 easy ways to protect yourself

Even if you only have room for one pot in the smallest space, plant some tulips in it to make your garden spring to life, says Hannah Stephenson.7 design tips to make your tulips in garden pots stand out in a crowd

Does the early bird catch the gym gains, or are you better off running through your reps after the sun sets? We ask two personal trainers.Ask the experts: Is it better to work out in the morning or the evening?

John’s chairs will last a lifetime, but he is also passing on his knowledge to a new generation, writes Ellie O’Byrne.Made in Munster: The ancient art of súgán-making is woven into Irish family history

More From The Irish Examiner