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Thursday 18 September 2014

Gardai join Garth Brooks fun... with appeal for 'missing man' due to attend 'The Dance'

Emma Jane Hade

Published 25/07/2014 | 19:36

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Dublin City Manager Owen Keegan has refused to accept any blame for the Garth Brooks concerts fiasco
Gardai have also joined on the Garth Brooks fun

Gardai have also joined on the Garth Brooks fun, and said that they are seeking the public's assistance in establishing the whereabouts of an American male who was last seen in Dublin earlier this year.

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In a message filled with puns that they posted on their social media pages last night, Gardai said they trying to find a 52-year-old male who was last seen at Croke Park on January 20, the day "The Thunder Rolled".

"The man is known to have 'Friends in Low Places' and is often seen 'Standing Outside the Fire' and was due to attend 'The Dance'.

"When last seen he was heard saying 'He Ain't Going Down til the Sun Comes Up' and phoning friends say he was 'Calling Baton Rouge'."

Gardai said that Brooks is described as having a "southern American accent" and that he often sports a Stetson hat.

Adding: "He has been known to smash guitars and likes to keep fit by running across stages at concerts."

They encouraged members of the public who had any information to attend the fundraising tribute act concert in Dalymount Park tonight.

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