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Wanted Bench warrant issued for Romanian man missing presumed dead

Mr Hiemesch, with an address at Embassy Manor, Kill, Co Kildare, is charged with producing a hammer during a dispute at Spar, Clonsilla Road

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Alin Stefan Hiemesch

Alin Stefan Hiemesch

Alin Stefan Hiemesch

A BENCH warrant has been issued for a mechanic accused of producing a hammer during the course of a dispute who is presumed dead.

Alin Stefan Hiemesch (31) allegedly produced the hammer whilst appearing to be about to commit an assault.

Mr Hiemesch, with an address at Embassy Manor, Kill, Co Kildare, is charged with producing a hammer during a dispute at Spar, Clonsilla Road in Blanchardstown last June 6.

Sergeant Maria Callaghan told Blanchardstown District Court the DPP had directed trial on indictment in the circuit court on the charge.

Defence solicitor Simon Fleming said Mr Hiemesch had been missing for some time, and was "presumed dead."

Sgt Callaghan applied for a bench warrant, which was granted by Judge Miriam Walsh.

Originally from Romania, Mr Hiemesch previously lived in Kill, Co Kildare and in Clondalkin.

He moved to Co Mayo in December 2020, where he was staying with friends and working as a mechanic.

He was last seen when he left his apartment at Barrett Street, Ballina, Co Mayo at 3pm on March 1, 2021.

He returned briefly to his apartment on March 2, 2021 and was captured on CCTV at Bury Street, Ballina around 2.20pm. He made a phone call at 2.50pm and has not been seen nor heard from since. His phone has also not been used.

Anyone with information on Mr Hiemesch's whereabouts is asked to contact gardaí.

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