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Safe and well

Two missing teens found in Dublin

Katie Mangan and Donnacha Ireland arrived in Heuston station at 8:45 last night.

TWO TEENAGERS WHO were last seen boarding a train in Killarney on Sunday have been found safe and well.

Katie Mangan and Donnacha Ireland arrived in Heuston station at 8:45 last night.

Donnacha’s father Andy thanked everybody who helped search for the pair on RTÉ’s Morning Ireland:

We had an awful amount of people looking for them and people were phenomenal

Speaking about the disappearance of 12-year-old Katie and 15-year-old Donnacha, he said:

‘They felt the need to free themselves and just to go…they don’t seem to be the worse for wear at all- maybe a bit of lack of sleep and a bit cold.’

“Our nerves are completely shredded maybe they don’t realise what we went through.”

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