Farming family continue search for missing Limerick student Stephen Cullinan

FarmIreland Team

The family of Stephen Cullinan, the missing University of Limerick student who was last seen on November 2, are asking the public for help.

The 25-year-old computer science student left his student accommodation in Castletroy on Thursday, November 2, before heading to Dublin.

His mother rang him at about 5.30 that evening and phone records show the call was received in the St Stephen's Green area of Dublin.

CCTV also confirmed that Stephen travelled south over O'Connell Street Bridge into Westmoreland Street around that time.

His father, North Tipperary IFA chairman Tim Cullinan, has said that despite extensive searches of the city there had been no further sightings of him.

Stephen is described as 5ft 11in, of medium build with short, fair hair. He was last seen wearing a hoodie and jeans. He wears glasses.

Stephen Cullinan
Stephen Cullinan

The search for Stephen is being conducted by gardai at Henry Street garda station in Limerick and the public are urged to contact them on 061-212400 or any garda station or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800-666111.

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