Nothing that furthers investigation into missing Trevor Deely's disappearance found during search - Gardai
Nothing that furthers the investigation into missing man Trevor Deely's disappearance has been found during the latest search, Gardai confirmed this evening.
An Garda Siochana said they have finished their search of a site in Chapelizod in Dublin but nothing of significance was found.
They said in a statement: "An Garda Síochána wish to thank the public for their patience during the operation.
"Unfortunately nothing that furthers the search for Trevor was located during the search. The site remains closed to the public."
Trevor (22) disappeared following an office Christmas party on December 8 2000.
Earlier in the night he had been at Buck Whaley's night club and stopped at his office to check his email and grab an umbrella, before he left again around 4am.
Trevor, who was originally from Kildare, was last seen on CCTV at 4.15am walking near Baggot Bridge and he hasn't been seen since.
His devastated father Michael said that Trevor's disappearance keeps him awake at night.
Speaking on Morning Ireland on RTE Radio One, he said: "We know nothing else after that, that’s the really mysterious thing about it.
“That’s what keeps us awake at night.
“It was something that I as a father, listening to the radio reports of missing people, I thought ‘I hope we’re never touched by that’... it’s so long and drawn out. Here we are 14 years on.”
Gardaí have renewed their appeal for anyone who may have information in relation to Trevor’s disappearance to contact the incident room at Pearse Street Garda Station on 016669000 or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666111