Update: Missing Dublin teen found safe and well

Update: Missing Dublin teen found safe and well
Daniel Devaney

UPDATE: 1pm Daniel Devaney has been located safe and well.

The gardaí have thanked the public for their assistance in locating him.

Earlier: Gardaí seek public's help finding teen last seen on way to school in Dublin

Gardaí are looking for help finding a teenager who went missing on his way to school in Dublin yesterday morning.

Fifteen-year-old Daniel Devaney was last seen when he left his home in Terenure at around 8:30am.

He's around 6'3" in height, of medium build, with green eyes and blonde hair.

When last seen, he was wearing his school uniform - navy trousers, a navy/blue school jumper, a light blue rain jacket and a black backpack.

Anyone who can help to find Daniel is being asked to contact gardaí.

More on this topic

Husband and wife missing from Portmarnock since TuesdayHusband and wife missing from Portmarnock since Tuesday

Missing Cork teenager found safe and wellMissing Cork teenager found safe and well

Appeal for help to find Louth man missing for almost two weeksAppeal for help to find Louth man missing for almost two weeks

Missing Mayo woman located safe and wellMissing Mayo woman located safe and well


More in this Section

Fianna Fáil leader does not intend to bring back deputies involved in vote-gate controversyFianna Fáil leader does not intend to bring back deputies involved in vote-gate controversy

Kilkenny crash leaves woman in critical condition in hospitalKilkenny crash leaves woman in critical condition in hospital

'I don’t give a s**t,' says motorist in video of cyclist challenging them about parking in Limerick cycle lane'I don’t give a s**t,' says motorist in video of cyclist challenging them about parking in Limerick cycle lane

Viable explosive found in NI gardenViable explosive found in NI garden


Lifestyle

Last week, en route to La Gomera in the Canary Islands, I decide to stop off in Tenerife and take the 1.2km cable car ride to the top of Mount Teide, 3,660m above sea level. Cable cars are invariably an exciting way to travel.Dursey Island is a special place because of its remoteness

It can be considered offensive by some but generally the word ‘tinker’ is not considered rude says the Traveller’s advocacy group Pavee Point. Over time the term became synonymous with ‘Traveller’ and it is this which is current today.The Islands of Ireland: Tinkering with the past on Tinker’s Island in West Cork

Dr Naomi Lavelle explores some questions about walking upside-downAppliance of Science: Could humans copy insects' ability to walk upside-down?

Emer Corridan is the general manager at the award-winning four-star, Cahernane House Hotel in Killarney, Co. Kerry.You've Been Served: Emer Corridan, general manager at Cahernane House, Killarney

More From The Irish Examiner