Helpline and MISS AGM Postponed
The National Missing Persons Helpline and MISS have postponed their AGM on Thursday 12th November 2015 in the Maldron Hotel,(formally Bewleys), Newlands Cross and have rescheduled the AGM to January 2016. Final date to be advised.
Thank you to The Mainport Group & The Port of Cork
‘Cork City Missing Persons Search & Recovery Unit’ wish to thank The Mainport Group ,CEO David Ronayne and Fleet director Captain Dermot Curtain for their recent donation of new dry-suits for our crew and for giving CCMPSAR the use of The Mainport Group shower facilities. CCMPSAR wish also to thank The Port Of Cork, CEO...
Renewed appeal to identify body found in Galway
Gardai have renewed their appeal to identify a body that was found in Galway a year ago. Somewhere in the world this man is missing to someone. Please help spread the word. See http://www.rte.ie/news/2015/0925/730179-galway-body-appeal/
Missing Cork Man Found
The man missing from Cork since Friday 18th Sept has been found safe and well. Thank you to all involved.
thejournal.ie and Missing Persons
TheJournal.ie will be running a series of in-depth profiles on missing people the first week in December. They will focus on people who the public may not have heard much about or who they may have forgotten because they disappeared so long ago. The idea of the profiles is to take a look at their...
Renewed Appeal for Gussie Shanahan
In January of this year, the Gardai renewed an appeal for information in relation to the disappearance of Gussie Shanahan. That appeal still stands. If you have any information in relation to Gussie’s disappearance in February 2000, please come forward. The Garda appeal is on the Garda Website.
Gardaí release photofit in bid to solve dead man mystery
Gardaí attempting to identify a decomposed body found near Barna Co Galway on the 27 September 2014 have released a digital image of what the dead man may have looked like. See details on the Irish Times Website.
Help with Survey
The Missing in Ireland Support Service has launched an online survey to help them to improve the quality of services provided to families with a missing person or friend. If you have experience with a missing family member or friend, Missing In Ireland Support Service would like to hear your views and opinions. To complete...
Sandra Collins Remembered
The family of missing Sandra Collins are to place a memorial plaque at the Pier in Killala next Sunday 16th August 2015. The plaque will be officially unveiled at a ceremony this Sunday at 2.20pm, following a service at St Tiernan’s Church in Crossmolina at 12.30pm. Sandra was last seen on 4 December 2000, at the age...
The families of the missing often read the messages in the guestbook which can be a source of encouragement. Perhaps some of the missing or those who know where some of the missing are, also read the messages. So before you leave the website, please leave a message on the guest book.