Deely family renews Trevor appeal
The family of missing man Trevor Deely will today begin a poster campaign today in the hope of finding out what happened to him.
Mr Deely (22) went missing almost seven years ago after attending an office Christmas party in Dublin.
He was last seen as he made his way home early on the morning of December 8th, 2000. He was filmed on CCTV as he crossed Baggot Street Bridge, in Dublin at 4.14am.
Mr Deely was never found despite a Garda investigation and a poster campaign organised by his family and friends.
He left Buck Whaley's night club on Leeson Street at 3.25am, walking to his office at Bank of Ireland Asset Management on Leeson Street. He collected a navy umbrella with an ACC logo there and left at around 4am.
It is thought the Kildare man was walking home to the flat he shared on Serpentine Avenue in Sandymount. Mr Deely is six feet, of slim build, with short red hair and blue eyes.
Anybody with information is asked to contact Pearse Street Garda station on 01-6669000.