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Gardaí express concern over missing Kildare teenager

Gardaí say they have carried out extensive searches for 18-year-old Cormac Clare, who has been missing since Monday.

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GARDAÍ IN NAAS have renewed their appeal for 18-year-old Cormac Clare, who has been missing from his home in Kilteel since Monday.

Superintendent Patrick Mangan said: “We have grave concerns for Cormac’s welfare and have carried out extensive searches since Monday. This morning there are over 400 people, including local Gardaí, Garda Divisional search teams, Garda Water Unit, Civil Defence and members of the public from the locality, involved in the search.”

“We are especially appealing to members of the public who may have seen Cormac near his home on Monday morning 22 October, or hitchhiking on the N7 or N81 routes to contact us,” he added.

Cormac was last seen in Kilteel, Naas Co Kildare at approximately 2am on the 22nd October 2012. He is described as being 6 ft 1 or 2 inches tall, of a thin build, with short tight brown hair.

When last seen, he was wearing a navy jacket (Regatta), a wine coloured hoodie, navy plain Nike tracksuit bottoms (cotton style) and runners. It is possible he had a black and green small rucsack (Jack Murphy) in his possession.

Gardaí have asked anyone who can assist in locating Cormac to contact Naas Garda Station on 045 884300, the Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

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