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Monday 20 November 2017

Gardai seek help of public to identify body of mystery man found at Cliffs of Moher reporters

GARDAI today appealed for assistance in identifying the body of a man, aged about 30, who was found in the sea off the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare.

The body was found on Tuesday May 22 and it is believed he had been in the water for about 24 hours.

An admission ticket for O'Brien's Tower, Cliffs of Moher was found in his jacket pocket.

He may have travelled from Galway as a Bus Eireann timetable, Galway to Doolin, was found on his person.

He is a white male, approximately 30 years old, around 5' 10" tall and had no distinguishing marks or tattoos, or scars from any operation.

He has dark hair on the side and back of his head, but is predominantly bald on top.

He was wearing the following clothing,

1. A black rain/sports jacket, size 48, 'MAIER' make. The sleeves were grey and black stripe

2. A grey 'Dunnes Stores' Hoodie, with the word 'BROOKLYN 62' stamped on the left chest

3. Plain grey t-shirt - no make

4. White 'Addidas' t-shirt

5. Black Socks

6. Black 'CASIO' Sporks watch, model SGW-100

Gardai have carried out extensive enquiries here and abroad through Interpol but there has been no positive identification of the deceased to date.

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