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Photo experts 'age' missing man Trevor Deely in new appeal

Family and gardai hope for information on the 10th anniversary of his disappearance after Christmas party.

An age-enhanced photograph of Trevor Deely showing what he would look like now, at the age of 32.
An age-enhanced photograph of Trevor Deely showing what he would look like now, at the age of 32.

AN AGE-ENHANCED picture of Trevor Deely, the young man who went missing on his way home from a Christmas party in Dublin ten years ago, has been released.

The digitally-altered photograph hopes to give some impression of what the 22-year-old bank employee would look like now, almost a decade after he disappeared. A press conference is being held this morning by investigating gardai and members of Trevor’s family from Naas, Co Kildare, appealing for information on his disappearance.

Trevor went missing after attending a Christmas party on December 8, 2000, and was last spotted on CCTV footage which showed him crossing Baggot Street Bridge and walking towards Haddington Road. Next Tuesday, the day before the anniversary of his disappearance, his family plan to hold a service for Trevor at Ballycane, Naas.

This is what Trevor looked like at the time of his disappearance:

Photo experts 'age' missing man Trevor Deely in new appeal
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  • Trevor Deely

    Trevor Deely before he went missing on December 8, 2000.
  • Trevor Deely

    Trevor Deely before he went missing on December 8, 2000.

Det Insp Michael Cryan, who heads up Trevor Deely’s case at Pearse Street Garda station, told TheJournal.ie that they were still hoping that someone would come forward with information on what happened to the young bank worker. He said:

It has been ten years but sometimes people who didn’t feel they could come forward then might have some information that they would share now. It is an appeal for information.

A Facebook page has been set up to remind people of Trevor’s disappearance. Anyone with information is asked to contact Pearse Street Garda station on 01 6669000.

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