No updates in search for missing Limerick man, gardai ‘very concerned’

Gerard Fitzgibbon

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Gerard Fitzgibbon

No updates in search for missing Limerick man, gardai ‘very concerned’
Gardai have said that they remain “very concerned” for the safety of a young Limerick man who has been missing for over two days.

Gardai have said that they remain “very concerned” for the safety of a young Limerick man who has been missing for over two days.

Anthony Brady, 22, who is from Upper Athea in West Limerick, was last seen at approximately 6pm last Friday, November 1 in the Kilnamanagh area of Tallaght, Dublin.

Mr Brady, who is originally from Dublin but moved to Athea over a decade ago with his family, had been staying with relatives in the capital before he went missing.

A garda spokesperson said that there has been no update in the search for Mr Brady since a public appeal for information was issued on Sunday morning. The spokesperson added that gardai remain “very concerned” for his safety.

Mr Brady is described as being 5 foot six inches tall, of medium build and with light brown hair. He was last seen wearing a red McKensie hoodie and black tracksuit bottoms in the Redwood Court area of Kilnamanagh.

Anyone with information on Mr Brady’s whereabouts has been asked to contact the Garda Confidential Line 180 666 111, Tallaght Garda Station on 01 6666000 or any garda station.