Sunday 19 November 2017

Fresh appeal to help identify man whose remains washed up on Irish beach

Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)
Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)
Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)
Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)
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Gardaí have renewed their appeal for information to help identify a man whose remains washed up on Bray Beach earlier this year.

The man, aged in his early 40s, has not been identified after he was discovered on the beach on March 27.

He is described as a white man, with a very slim build and dark brown hair greying around the temple. His height is 6’1”  and he weighs approximately 60.1kg

He has no marks or tattoos.

The clothes he was wearing (pictured) included a green and brown camouflage jacket, blue jeans and black runner boots.

He was found with a brown and green camouflage rucksack and a pair of glasses was also found.

Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)
Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)

Anyone with any information is asked to contact Bray Garda Station on 01-6665300, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)
Clothing belonging to a man whose remains were found on Bray Beach on March 27 2017 (Image: Garda Press Office)

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