Missing Tipperary man Stephen Cullinan - search moves to Dublin following sighting

Missing Tipperary man Stephen Cullinan - search moves to Dublin following sighting

Tipperary man Stephen Cullinan who has been missing since November 2.

The search for missing Tipperary man Stephen Cullinan has moved to Dublin following a sighting in the capital.

Mr Cullinan was reported missing in Limerick since November 2 and an appeal was issued for anyone who might have information on his whereabouts.

Family and friends organised a leaflet drop in Dublin on Saturday in their ongoing efforts to locate him.

His brother Brian tweeted a thank you message to all those helping in the search and urged people to keep looking and to contact the gardai with any information.

Stephen,  25 years, of Ballymackey, Nenagh is missing from Castletroy, Co. Limerick for ten days.

He is described as  5'11" of medium build with short fair hair. He was last seen wearing a Hoodie and Jeans and wears glasses. There are concerns for his well being. 

 Gardaí in Henry Street Garda Station are investigating this incident and are seeking assistance from the public in establishing the location of Stephan. 

Any information to Henry Street Garda Station 061 212 400, any Garda Station or the Garda Confidential Line 1800-666-111