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MISSING man Sister of Dublin man who went missing in Galway asks public for help to find him

All we know about his whereabouts is that he was in Galway on Sunday morning and that he wanted to go where people need help.”

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Dean McCann

Dean McCann

Dean McCann

The sister of missing Dublin man Dean McCann said she is counting on the public to help find him.

The family of the 28-year-old last heard from him on Sunday January 6th at approximately 9.30am when he was in Galway near Eyre Square.

“I’m counting on people to help us find him,” Tara McCann told sundayworld.com.

“If everyone but mainly in the West [and] Aran Islands included could keep an eye out.”

Dean was last known to be driving a grey BMW in the Galway area on Sunday.

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Dean McCann (28)

Dean McCann (28)

Dean McCann (28)

He was visiting Connacht in a bid to help others.

“He wanted to be charitable and help people, he said.”

Taking to social media, she shared a plea for her missing brother.

“All we know about his whereabouts is that he was in Galway on Sunday morning and that he wanted to go where people need help.”

“So please keep shelters, hostels, places of refuge in mind, any areas that come to mind,” she added.

“We are so desperate to know where he is, it feels like a nightmare that’s just not ending.”

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“My mam and dad and myself and my other brother are so heartbroken and worried. If you see him or have seen him please message me or call Santry or Galway Garda Station,” she said.

Dean is described as being 5’11 with dark hair, light blue eyes, braces and a beard.

He also has large, distinctive tattoos on his arms. On one arm he has a tattoo of a wolf, moon and mountains while the other arm has an tattoo of a wing.

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Dean McCann

Dean McCann

Dean McCann

It is unknown exactly what he was wearing when he vanished but Tara said he may be wearing a SuperDry Navy puffer coat with a green check pattern on the shoulders, black Adidas tracksuit bottoms with white stripes down the side and black Adidas runners with blue stripes.

Anybody with information is urged to contact Santry Garda Station on 016 664 000 or Galway Garda Station on 091 538 000.

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