Update: Gardaí find missing man from Kildare safe and well

Update: Gardaí find missing man from Kildare safe and well

Update - Monday, 18 July, 7.10am: Gardaí have found Daniel O’Shea safe and well.

Earlier: Gardaí are appealing for help in tracing a man missing from Kildare.

31-year-old Daniel O'Shea was last seen at his home in Woodlands, Naas at around 5am today.

He is described as being 6ft 2’ in height, of slim build and clean shaven - with blue eyes and long brown hair.

It is believed that Daniel may have travelled to Galway today.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Gardaí.


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