Galway Gardai

  • A dog which was stolen from its owners in Co. Cork has been found by Gardai in Galway.

    A Jack Russell Terrier dog was stolen by two men from its home in Youghal on Wednesday morning.

    Following an investigation, the two men were traced to an address in Galway and with the assistance of Galway Gardaí, the dog was recovered and reunited with its owners.

    A file is being prepared for the Director of Public Prosecutions in relation to the theft.

  • Gardai in Galway have appealed for information on the whereabouts of a young man missing since the early hours of yesterday morning.

    24 year old Conor Burke was last seen in Galway city at about 1.45 am Thursday morning, and his family and Gardai are concerned for his welfare.

    Conor is described as 6 foot in height, of medium build with blue eyes and short brown hair.

    When last seen he was wearing light blue T-shirt, blue denim shirt with short sleeves, a dark navy jacket and blue jeans.

    Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Galway Garda Station on 091 - 576 213.


  • Gardaí in Galway are appealing to the public for assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 26-year-old Roland Mitchell from Fr Griffin Road, Galway.

    Roland was last seen at 7pm on Saturday last February 2nd and was reported missing by his family who are concerned for his wellbeing.

    He is described as 5ft 11” in height, of slight build with brown/sandy hair. When last seen he was wearing a black denim jacket, blue jeans and black shoes.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact Galway Garda Station 091 576257 or the Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111.


  • Gardai are investigating claims that a 15-year old girl was sexually assaulted at a Gaeltacht college in Connemara.

    The incident is alleged to have taken place on Saturday week last 21st July in the grounds of a school in the Inverin area of Galway.

    It's claimed the 15-year old girl was sexually assaulted by a male juvenile.

    Gardai say no arrests have yet been made, and investigations into the alleged assault are ongoing.

    There are several Irish colleges based in the Inverin and Spiddal areas, which are hugely popular with students from across the country.