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Sister of missing Irishman in London appeals for help from public

Halpin was last seen in a West End night club in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

A photo of Patrick Halpin taken on Tuesday night.
A photo of Patrick Halpin taken on Tuesday night.

Updated at 6.24pm

THE SISTER OF an 18-year-old Galway man who was missing in London has said that it is “not like him to do anything silly”.

Speaking on today’s RTÉ News at One, Regina Ní hAilpín said that the reaction to her brother’s disappearance has been “phenomenal”.

Patrick Halpin from Loughrea, County Galway had been last seen in a West End night club in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

Regina told the show that the family wanted the public to continue to circulate pictures of her brother, as she and her father prepare to join the search in London.

“Everyone has family in England at this stage. We need people to keep retweeting and keep sharing the picture. We have to keep it going.”

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