Family Concerned For Irish Man Missing In Spain

The family of a Dublin man who suffers from dementia and epilepsy are growing increasingly concerned for his whereabouts.

Duncan Crozier-Shaw was holidaying in the Costa del Sol area of Spain when he went missing on Wednesday, 11 September. His concerned family are worried he may be disorientated or confused.

When last seen, he was wearing blue shorts, a pink polo shirt with green stripes and sunglasses, his family have said.

It's understood Mr Crozier-Shaw has also missed doses of medication.

The family have appealed for anyone with information to contact local police or the Irish Embassy in Madrid.


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