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Antrim man Paul Branagh found safe and well

Paul Branagh is believed to be in the Dublin area. He has been missing since Monday evening.

Image: PSNI Press Office

Updated 15.21

MISSING MAN PAUL Branagh has been located safe and well, gardaí informed TheJournal.ie this afternoon.

No further assistance from the public is required.


GARDAÍ IN DUBLIN have issued an appeal for information about missing Antrim man Paul Branagh on behalf of the PSNI.

The 38-year-old is believed to be in the Dublin area. He is described as 6′ 3″ tall with a broad build. When last seen he was wearing black jeans, black shoes, a navy t-shirt with ‘IDOL’ written across the front and a navy-hooded sweatshirt with ‘Lisa Hannigan’ on the front.

It is believed that Paul is not in possession of prescribed medication that he needs to take regularly.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police at Newtownabbey in Antrim.

PSNI officers told TheJournal.ie that he was last seen on Monday evening when he left his home in Newtownabbey to travel to Belfast. It is believed, however, that he may have travelled to the Dublin area. His family say they are becoming increasingly concerned for his welfare.

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