Gardai are again appealing to the public for information in locating a Galway man missing since early last month (November).
A public appeal has been reissued by the Missing Persons Helpline Ireland for 32 year old Stephen Cunningham who is missing since 2nd November from Ballybrit, Co Galway.
He is described as being approximately 6′ 2″ in height with a thin build, blue eyes, sandy/blond hair and may have a beard/unshaven.
Stephen was last seen at Gannons Filling Station, Belclare, Westport on the 5th of November and again at Dunnes Stores, Briar Hill, Galway on the 6th of November, captured on CCTV footage.
He was wearing a waist length cream/ beige hooded jacket, blue jeans and beige shoes.
On the 10th November Stephen’s car, Silver Volkswagen Passat, 08G3521, was found at Bunnakill, Maam Cross, Galway, it is believed this car may have been parked in this location since 7th November 2021.
Gardai are continuing to carry out extensive multi-agency searches in this area.
Gardaí and Stephen’s family are concerned for his welfare.
An Garda Síochána are appealing to landowners in the Bunnakill, Maam Cross area to check any sheds, outhouses or other remote buildings on their land.
Anyone with any information on Stephen’s whereabouts are asked to contact Galway Garda Station on 091 538000, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or you can call the Missing Persons Helpline on 1800442552.