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Appeal on 20th anniversary of disappearance of Eva Brennan

Brennan was 39 when she went missing in 1993.

Eva Brennan
Eva Brennan
Image: Garda Press Office

EVA BRENNAN WENT missing two decades ago, on 25 July 1993.

Now, as we approach the 20th anniversary of when she went missing, gardaí are launching a new appeal for information.

Brennan was 39 when she went missing from the Terenure area 1993, and her family and gardaí are issuing a fresh appeal to the public for any information which may bring the investigation of this case to a conclusion.

Eva is described as 5’7”, with blue eyes and slim build.

When she was last seen at Rathdown Park, she had short, brown hair and wore a pink tracksuit with tight fitting leggings.

She had a red shoulder-bag containing keys and other personal documents with her, and wore a man’s gold watch with a leather strap.

If you have any information, you are asked to contact Terenure Garda Station on 01 6666400. If you would like to give this information anonymously, you can phone the Garda confidential line on 1800 666 111.

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