Jo Jo Dullard Remembrance
Jo Jo Dullard disappeared 21 years ago at the age of 21. The annual gathering to remember Jo Jo will take place on Sunday November 13th 2016 beginning at 2 pm at Kilkenny Castle entrance and walking to the Missing Persons Monument. All Welcome. Mary Kealy. Pro Kilkenny Gospel Choir.
A Candle For You
‘A Candle For You – An evening of music and reflection to remember Missing Persons’ takes place in St Patrick’s Church Celbridge Co Kildare on Friday 21st October at 8PM. It is hosted by Fr Brian McKittrick and Sr Marie Dunne CHF. All donations are to support the National Missing Persons Helpline. See Poster
The Centre for the Study of Missing Persons
The University of Portsmouth in the UK has a “Centre for the Study of Missing Persons”. The director of the Centre is Dr. Karen Shalev Greene. Dr Greene has done extensive research in the area of “Missing Persons” and has a new research book which will be published at the end of October 2016: “Missing...
Dublin Man Found
Man from Dublin missing since 4th July was found safe yesterday. Thank you to all involved.
New Leads in Philip Cairns Case
The recent news that there are new leads in the case of missing school boy Philip Cairns is welcome. But there are some very troubling aspects to the new information as reported. It is hard to understand how someone could have remained silent for 30 years but welcome that the person did come forward. It...
I would like to express my deepest sympathy to the family of Nancy Shanahan, mother of missing Gussie Shanahan from Limerick and my Aunt, who died yesterday 13th May 2016. Nancy never gave up searching or gave up the hope of finding her son Gussie. It is 16 years since he disappeared from the streets of...
Gussie Shanahan Missing 16 Years
Today Thursday 11th February 2016, Gussie Shanahan is 16 years missing from Limerick City. The last image of him is a black and white video footage of him leaving Cooper’s bar on Joseph Street Limerick on Friday 11th February 2000 at 23.28. Outside there is a parked car with a woman sitting in it and Gussie...
National Missing Persons Helpline
The National Missing Persons Helpline is operated by Missing in Ireland Support Service (MISS) a registered Charity. Their mission as a non-profit Organisation is to bring hope to families and friends of Missing Persons by providing resources and support. They also aim to create public awareness of Missing Persons though a variety of educational activities....
Stephen Finnegan is 16 years missing on the 2 February 2016. We remember his family at this time. If you have any information on his disappearance please call the Gardai 0n 1800 666 111. You can also call the National Missing Persons Helpline on 1890 442 552. See details.
Thank You From CCMPSAR
Photo below shows Cork City Missing Persons Search and Recovery (CCMPSAR) being presented with a cheque for €3000.00 by Finbarr Twomey on behalf of the staff of the Cork Mail Centre. CCMPSAR wish to thank Finbarr and his colleagues for this generous donation and express their thanks for helping them to continue with the important...