Small breakthrough in Wicklow disappearance case

Small breakthrough in Wicklow disappearance case

There's been a breakthrough in the disappearance of a missing teenager in Arklow.

Gardaí say they are able to track the movements of James Sheehan to the local Bridgewater Shopping centre at around 3.30am last Sunday morning.

The 18-year-old hasn't been seen since he left a nightclub in Arklow Town on Saturday night and authorities have refused to rule out the possibility that he may have been abducted.


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