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Mystery €100k reward for info on missing Trevor Deely remains unclaimed as family renew appeal

CCTV footage emerged in 2017 of a mysterious 'man in black' talking to Trevor and then a similar figure following closely behind him. That person has not been identified

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Missing Trevor Deely

Missing Trevor Deely

Missing Trevor Deely

Trevor Deely's only brother Mark has made a renewed appeal for someone to try and claim a €100,000 reward for information on the missing Kildare man on the 21st anniversary of his disappearance.

And Mark also reveals to the Sunday World how he, his two sisters and their parents are sadly part of a type of 'private club' of families linked to high profile cases such as Jo Jo Dullard, Fiona Pender, Annie McCarrick and Philip Cairns who all disappeared without ever being found.

Trevor's sister Pamela breaks down in tears on RTÉ's Scannal when she describes the last moment she saw her brother alive.

The 22-year-old from Naas had just returned from a trip to Alaska in November 2000.

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Gardaí searching for missing Trevor Deely

Gardaí searching for missing Trevor Deely

Gardaí searching for missing Trevor Deely

 

"He was lying on the couch, tired with jet lag from the trip," recalls Pamela, in a rare media interview. "Then he told me he was meeting up with his pals from Naas that night.

"I drove him down. He got out of the car, said goodbye, turned his back to me, walked up through the CBS car park, that's the last time I ever saw him."

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Pamela, Mark and Trevor

Pamela, Mark and Trevor

Pamela, Mark and Trevor

 

Trevor disappeared several days later in the early hours of December 8 that year after attending an office Christmas party. Around 4am he popped into the Bank of Ireland office building on Leeson Street, where he worked as an IT specialist, on his way to his flat in Ballsbridge. He never made it home.

CCTV footage then emerged in 2017 of a mysterious 'man in black' talking to Trevor at the gate of his office building and then a similar figure following closely behind him as he walked down Haddington Road. That person has not been identified.

Mark stresses there is still a €100,000 reward from Crimestoppers in relation to anyone who has information about the disappearance.

Scannal is on RTÉ1 on Tuesday at 7pm.

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