A second leaflet drop is taking place in Dublin this morning as part of ongoing search efforts to locate missing University of Limerick student Stephen Cullinan who was last seen on November 2.
Members of North Tipperary IFA, Toomevara GAA club, neighbours and friends travelled to Dublin this morning to meet at the Irish Farm Centre in Bluebell to help in the ongoing search efforts for Stephen who has not been seen for three weeks.
The 25 year old computer science student left his student accommodation in Castletroy on Thursday November 2 before heading to Dublin where he was last seen on St Stephen's Green in Dublin.
Tomorrow marks three weeks since Stephens disappearance. Your support is hugely appreciated. https://t.co/3uJdv00uv7— Brian Cullinan (@brianmcullinan) November 22, 2017
His father, North Tipperary IFA chairman Tim Cullinan, has said that despite extensive searches of the city there had been no further sightings of him.
Stephen is described as 5ft 11in, of medium build with short, fair hair. He was last seen wearing a hoodie and jeans and wears glasses.
Mr Cullinan’s last contact with his family was on November 2 when he called his mother, Margaret.
His phone has since been switched off and cannot be traced. The search for Stephen is being conducted by Gardai at Henry Street Garda station in Limerick and the public are urged to contact them on 061-212400 or any Garda station or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800-666111.