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Appeal Dublin man (27) holidaying in Berlin with friends missing since Sunday morning

This is very out of character for Rob - he has no German and he is not familiar with the city”

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Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

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Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

A Dublin man holidaying in Berlin has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Robert McDonnell (27) flew out to Germany last Friday with a group of 10 friends and was last seen at 5am on Sunday after a night out. 

He is due to leave the country tomorrow to travel to Italy. Mr McDonnell’s friends are appealing to anyone in Berlin to help with locating him. 

The Dubliner, who is originally from Stillorgan and is now living in Dalkey, has brown eyes, brown hair and is 190cm/ 6ft2in. 

When he was last seen he was wearing a pale-coloured crew neck jumper, pictured in the flyer below.

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Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Robert McDonnell has been missing since the early hours of Sunday morning.

Mr McDonnell was last seen at 5am in Club Der Visionaere, which was a five-minute walk from where he was staying. 

“We have contacted all major hospitals in the city to no success and have spoken with the police in Germany and Ireland, the club and the Irish embassy,” a friend of Mr McDonnell said. 

"We are now escalating this to social media in the hopes someone can provide any information that can help us find our friend. 

“This is very out of character for Rob - he has no German and he is not familiar with the city.”

Anyone with information on Mr McDonnell’s whereabouts is being asked to contact +49 1522 3315 609/ +49 1525 5613 616.

The Department of Foreign Affairs said it is aware of the case and is providing consular assistance.

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