Presenter Sharon Ni Bheolain meets the family of Gerry Taylor to hear about their on-going heartache at his disappearance almost six months ago and how they haven’t given up hope of finding him.
Gerry has not been seen since the 25th May this year. As part of the investigation into his disappearance,
Gardaí recovered CCTV from that day which shows Gerry walking from the Milltown Luas stop, along Dundrum Road and the Dundrum bypass. He is last picked up on camera passing Taylors Three Rock Hotel as he walks up Kellystown Road towards Ticknock in the Dublin mountains.
Tonight the family of 54-year-old, mother of one, Mary Ryan appeal for information about her disappearance.
Mary was last seen around 2.30pm on Saturday the 15th of December last in Connolly Place in Waterford city. She was due to collect a social welfare payment on December 18, but she failed to do so and has not collected any payments since.
Her mother Peggy O’Regan and daughter Megan hope that Mary’s unique appearance might help people remember her. “She always wore funky clothes and if you met her and you didn’t know her, she would stand out,” says Peggy.
Mary (54) is described as being almost 6 foot in height, with a distinct upright walk, short brown cropped short hair. She would often wear Doc Martens boots, colourful leggings with a denim skirt and a headband.
Tonight’s Crimecall (will feature CCTV of an assault on that took place in Dublin city centre. It shows four men attacking two others on South William Street. The assault took place on 5th November 2016 just after midnight.Anyone with any information is asked to phone Crimecall on 1800 40 50 60.