Gardaí renew appeal for missing Galway man with new information

Galway Daily news Searches continue for missing Galway man

Gardaí are renewing their appeal for missing Galway City man Stephen Cunningham, with new information on where he has been sighted.

The 32 year old was reported missing from the Ballybrit area of Galway since November 2.

Stephen is described as being approximately 6′ 2″ in height with a thin build, blue eyes, sandy/blond hair and may have a beard/unshaven.

Gardaí say that based on investigations to date, he has been seen at Gannons Filling Station, Belclare, Westport on November 5, and then at Dunnes Stores, Briar Hill, Galway on the 6th.

Both sightings were captured on cctv. Stephen was wearing a waist length cream/ beige hooded jacket, blue jeans and beige shoes.

On November 10, 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 November 7.

Gardaí renew appeal for missing Galway man with new information

An Garda Síochána continue to carry out extensive multi-agency searches in this area. They 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.

Any person 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 any Garda Station.