Family of missing Irish man appeal for information
Man's sisters believe he may be in England
Published 14/02/2014 | 11:33
The sisters of a missing Irish man have appealed for any information on his whereabouts.
Anthony Dwyer (22) was last seen in Dublin in December, and is believed to be in England, although his sister has claimed there is "no guarantee".
He has not contacted his family since December and his last Facebook update was sent from England on the tenth of January.
Speaking to Independent.ie, his sister Bernadette Murphy said the family are looking for Anthony in both Ireland and England.
"He told us he was going to England for a girl - as you do, you know, when you're young. He has not been in contact with any of us since December."
"He went over with a BlackBerry phone to contact us on. I don't know what's happened to the phone but nobody seems to be able to get through."
"All his Facebook friends have been contacted. We're trying to search anywhere - we're starting in Ireland and we hope to spread the search to England. There's no guarantee what country he's in."
Anthony Dwyer is descibed as a 5"7 man of slim build with black hair and a "thick" Dublin accent.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Clondalkin Garda Station on +353 1 666 7600.