Efforts to find missing man Stephen Cullinan stepped up

Efforts to try and locate missing North Tipperary man Stephen Cullinan are being stepped up this morning.

A major leaflet drop is taking place across Dublin City – where the the 25 year old son of North Tipperary IFA Chairman Tim Cullinan was spotted.

It’s day 10 in the search for missing young Tipperary man Stephen Cullinan of Ballymackey Nenagh – who vanished from Castletroy in Limerick over a week ago.

The last confirmed sighting of the 25 year old was at St Stephen’s Green in Dublin on Thursday November the 2nd at 5.30 pm

When last seen Stephen was wearing a hoodie and jeans and wears glasses – He’s five foot eleven and of slight build.

His family and friends are very concerned for his well being and have issued extensive social media appeals for anybody who might have information to get in contact with them.

This morning as part of efforts to locate Stephen – a group is gathering at the Farm Centre in Dublin to conduct a leaflet drop around the city in the hopes it may jog somebody’s memory of having spotted the 25 year old in recent days.

Any information on Stephen’s whereabouts can be given to Henry Street Garda Station on 061 212 400, any Garda Station or the Garda Confidential Line 1800-666-111.