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Dublin: 14 °C Wednesday 15 July, 2020

Gardaí issue separate appeals for two missing persons

Neidin Kearns, 16, has been missing since Tuesday morning; Paul Bunbury, 19, has been missing since Thursday afternoon.

Separate appeals have been issued to help find Neidín Kearns (16, left) and Paul Bunbury (19).
Separate appeals have been issued to help find Neidín Kearns (16, left) and Paul Bunbury (19).

GARDAí HAVE ISSUED two separate appeals for missing young people who have been missing since earlier in the week.

16-year-old Neidín Kearns was last seen in Dublin city centre at around 8am on Tuesday morning.

She is described as being 5’5″ in height, with brown eyes, black shoulder-length hair, and of slight build.

Gardaí say she may be wearing ‘skinny’ jeans, a black leather jacket, brown hiking boots, and have a black-and-white Guess handbag. It is possible that Neidín may have travelled to the Monaghan area.

Anyone with information of her whereabouts is asked to contact Gardaí in Coolock at (01) 666 4200.

Separately, an appeal has been issued for assistance in locating Paul Bunbury, 19.

Paul was last seen at around 3:30pm last Thursday, on the campus at Dublin City University on Collins Avenue in Dublin 9.

He is described as being 5’10″ in height with blue eyes, long black hair and a beard, and being of thin build.

When last seen he was wearing a grey casual jacket, blue jeans, and a blue t-shirt.

Anyone who has seen Paul or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Whitehall Garda Station at (01) 6664500.

Anyone with information about either missing person can also contact any Garda station, or the Garda Confidential phone service at 1800 666 111.

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