Crimestoppers and Gardaí launch appeal for information on missing man Barry Corcoran on the 30/6/17
Crimestoppers has today renewed its appeal for information in relation to the disappearance of Wicklow man Barry Corcoran in July 2015.
Barry was last seen in on Cremona Road, Ballyfermot on the night of Monday 6th July 2015.
An Garda Síochána and Barry’s family and friends are very concerned for his safety and wellbeing.
Please call Crimestoppers on 1800 25 00 25if you have any information which could assist in locating Barry.
He is described as 5’11” and of thin build. He has short grey hair and blue eyes and is described as walking with a slight ‘shuffle’ and also has having an old scar on the bridge of his nose. When Barry was last seen he was wearing a dark rain jacket, blue jeans and black Puma runners.
Renewing the appeal, Superintendent Brendan Connolly said: "We are confident that someone knows what happened to Barry. If you are a friend or acquaintance of Barry and have any information that could help locate him please call Crimestoppers on 1800 25 00 25”.
Members of the public can call Crimestoppers on 1800 25 00 25. Calls to Crimestoppers are completely anonymous. Callers do not need to leave their name or address. You may receive a reward for information which significantly the investigation. Alternatively, the public can contact us at Ballyfermot Garda Station or any Garda Station. The Crimestoppers concept is simple - the call is free, there is no need to give one’s name, the phone is answered by specially trained Gardaí, and a cash reward may be paid in certain cases. Rewards are given at the discretion of the Gardaí. The Crimestoppers model is a well tried and well developed model in many countries.
Irish Crimestoppers Trust (www.crimestoppers.ie) was set up in 1998 to provide a confidential means for every citizen to report crime, without fear of recrimination, by calling a free phone confidential number (1800 25 00 25).
The current sponsors of Irish Crimestoppers Trust include the Department of Justice & Equality, the Department of Health, Carzone, Done Deal, ESB Networks, Netwatch, Ulster Bank and the Vintners Federation of Ireland.