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The former bank on Haddington Road corner where Trevor Deely (inset) was last seen on CCTV

The former bank on Haddington Road corner where Trevor Deely (inset) was last seen on CCTV

Trevor Deely went missing after a night out in December 2000

Trevor Deely went missing after a night out in December 2000

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The former bank on Haddington Road corner where Trevor Deely (inset) was last seen on CCTV

A new witness has come forward with information that supports the gardaí's belief that long-term missing man Trevor Deely was murdered after an altercation.

Gardaí have been following a line of inquiry that Mr Deely - who will have been missing 19 years this Sunday - got into a row with a criminal gang on the night he disappeared in Dublin.

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Families of the disappeared: Attending the National Missing Persons Day were Colm and Sean Whooley, the brothers of Conor Whooley - whose body was recently identified in Wales after he had been missing for more than 30 years - with Conor's niece Ciara and her baby son Lenny. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Families of the disappeared: Attending the National Missing Persons Day were Colm and Sean Whooley, the brothers of Conor Whooley - whose body was recently identified in Wales after he had been missing for more than 30 years - with Conor's niece Ciara and her baby son Lenny. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Families of the disappeared: Attending the National Missing Persons Day were Colm and Sean Whooley, the brothers of Conor Whooley - whose body was recently identified in Wales after he had been missing for more than 30 years - with Conor's niece Ciara and her baby son Lenny. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins

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