Update: Missing Cork man found safe and well

Update: Missing Cork man found safe and well

Update at 11.10am: John O'Sullivan has been located safe and well.

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A man has gone missing from his home in Cork city.

Gardaí are appealing for the public's help in finding John O'Sullivan, aged 36, missing from his family home in the city since last Friday morning.

When last seen John was wearing a dark grey trousers, blue shirt, long sleeved blue jumper with a yellow and red stripe, a navy quilted jacket and black shoes.

He has green eyes and wears glasses, dark brown/black hair cut tight at the sides and longer at the top. He is of slim build and approximately 6' 2" tall.

He is driving a red Ford Fiesta 04C11678.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Togher Garda Station on 021 4947120.


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