Gardaí investigating the disappearance of a 47-year-old Cork man say he has “completely off the radar”, reports RTE.
Speaking this afternoon at St Finbarr’s Place in Cork City, where Kieran Quilligan was last seen, Chief Superintendent Michael Commis said they were very concerned for his welfare.
Mr Quilligan was last seen on September 1, leaving premises in Anderson Quay with another man. He was reported missing three days later.
Mr Comys said: “We have been able to track Kieran on CCTV, and talking to witnesses, as far as here. He doesn’t leave this area here, we are very sure, so we just need to talk to Kieran himself or anyone who can give us any information,” reports RTE.
Mr Comys said: “I am also appealing to anyone who was in this area (Proby’s Quay, St Finnbarr’s Place and Fort Street) on Friday, September 1st between 8.30pm and 9.30pm, even anyone who was in the area but feels they have nothing to provide to Gardaí, I want to speak with them,” reports RTE.
“And finally, I want to appeal to any member of the public who can give us any information at all in relation to Kieran’s current whereabouts to contact us,” reports RTE.
A family liaison officer has been appointed to Mr Quilligan’s family to keep them informed of the investigation into his disappearance.
Gardai said an extensive investigation into the disappearance was ongoing, co-ordinated by the incident room at Bridewell Garda Station, reports RTE.
Anyone with information on Mr Quilligan’s whereabouts is asked to contact Bridewell Garda Station on 021 4943330, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.
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