Tuesday 21 November 2017

€100,000 reward to help find missing Trevor

Michelle Deely, the sister of Trevor Deely, beside Baggot Street Bridge on Haddington Road in Dublin Photo: Gareth Chaney
Michelle Deely, the sister of Trevor Deely, beside Baggot Street Bridge on Haddington Road in Dublin Photo: Gareth Chaney
Tom Brady

Tom Brady

A €100,000 reward has been offered for information that could help solve the 16-year mystery surrounding the disappearance of Trevor Deely.

The money is being put up by an anonymous donor as investigating gardaí open up a fresh line of inquiry.

Trevor Deely
Trevor Deely

Mr Deely went missing in the early hours of December 8, 2000, as he was making his way home from a Christmas party with work colleagues from Bank of Ireland Asset Management. He was last seen on CCTV walking down Haddington Road, close to Baggot Street Bridge.

Gardaí are now trying to identify a potential witness, who had not come forward previously and has been spotted on enhanced images from footage recorded by CCTV cameras.

Mr Deely's sister Michelle said the past 16 years had been a relentless nightmare.

"We never gave up on Trevor. We knew he could not have disappeared into thin air and we owed it to Trevor to keep trying.

"If the position was reversed, Trevor would never have given up on us", she said.

Mr Deely's father Michael added: "We want to bring Trevor home."

Irish Independent

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