Public’s assistance sought in search for young Tipperary man from farming family
An Garda Siochana are seeking the public’s assistance in the search for a young man from Co. Tipperary who is the son of the Irish Farmers’ Association’s (IFA’s) chairman for North Tipperary, Tim Cullinan.
Stephen Cullinan – of Ballymackey, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary – is missing from Castletroy, Co. Limerick since Thursday, November 2.
He is described as 5ft 11in tall and of medium build with short fair / light brown hair. The 25-year-old was reportedly last seen wearing a hoodie, jeans and runners – he also wears glasses. There are concerns for the UL student’s well-being, Gardai added.
Gardai in Henry Street Garda Station are investigating this incident and are seeking assistance from the public in establishing the location of the young man.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Henry Street Garda Station in Limerick on: 061-212400. Alternatively people can contact any Garda station or the Garda Confidential Line on: 1800-666111.
Stephen Cullinan has been missing since Nov 2nd and Gardai are seeking public assistance in establishing his location
Anybody with information is asked to contact Henry St Garda Station at 061 212400.
Stephen is the son of IFA North Tipperary Chairman Tim Cullinan. pic.twitter.com/CvyRW2BxxI
— Irish Farmers’ Assoc (@IFAmedia) November 9, 2017