12/08/2015

Missing Man Found 'Safe And Well'

Missing man Declan Mawhinney has been found safe and well, according to the police.

Mr Mawhinney, 46, went missing from Letterkenny on Saturday at approximately 11.40pm.

A missing person appeal was launched by the police and his family.
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He was located in Letterkenny on Tuesday.

Police thank the public for their assistance.

(CD)


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