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Missing Person - Annie McCarrick

Annie McCarrick

The Serious Crime Review Team at the National Bureau of Crime Investigation is continuing to investigate the disappearance of twenty six year old American woman, Annie McCarrick who is missing since Friday 26th March 1993.

Annie travelled to Ireland to study and was living in an apartment at St. Catherine’s Court, Sandymount with two other friends. On that Friday morning she was at home knitting and told her friends she may go for a walk in the Wicklow or Glencullen area.

At approximately 11am Annie purchased groceries from supermarket Quinnsworth on the Sandymount Road. She returned home to St. Catherine’s Court with the groceries and they were left on the kitchen table. Later that day at 3.15pm Annie took a bus from Sandymount to Ranelagh. Annie took the number 44 bus from Ranelagh to Enniskerry. There was no bus from Enniskerry to Glencullen, Annie would have had to walk the 6km’s to where she was next seen at Johnnie Fox’s public house, Glencullen.

Annie was formally reported missing by her mother Nancy, who travelled to Ireland on 30th March 1993.

Annie’s mother Nancy travelled to Ireland again to re-visit the places Annie went to on that Friday afternoon and evening. Annie’s father John sadly passed away

Annie was the only child of John and Nancy McCarrick, Annie would have turned forty nine on 21st March this year.

Appeal:

• Witnesses recall Friday 26th March 1993 as a cold, wet and windy day. Did you see Annie McCarrick in the Glencullen area and have not yet come forward?

• Did you see or speak to Annie in Johnnie Fox’s pub that evening? Please come forward?

• If you have any information, however insignificant you feel it is, please come forward and assist the Gardaí with this investigation

Gardaí at the Serious Crime Review Unit, National Bureau of Crime Investigation are investigating Telephone 01 6663344