31/05/2017

Missing Cork Man Found 'Safe And Well'

A missing 52-year-old man from Cork has been found 'safe and well', garda have reported.

John Ryan was last seen in the Shanakiel area of Cork City on Wednesday, 24 May.

However, Mr Ryan has now been located and no further action is required.

(LM)

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