TREVOR DEELY SEARCH:Gun found at Dublin woodland site sent for forensic examination

Search continues in Chapelizod

Leinster Leader reporter


Leinster Leader reporter


Missing Kildare man: Gun found at Trevor Deely search site sent for forensic examination

Gardaí searching the site

A gun has been found at the Dublin site where the search is continuing for missing Kildare man Trevor Deely. 

The Irish Independent and RTE is reporting that gardaí uncovered a firearm yesterday as they continued to search the three acre woodland at Chapelizod owned by South Dublin County Council.

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It’s understood the gun has been sent for forensic examination and the search is continuing with the help of a forensic archaeologist.

Last Saturday, gardai set up a cordon around the site after a tip off. One line of inquiry is focused on the possibility that Trevor was killed by a member of a well known criminal family after a chance meeting.

Trevor was last seen in Dublin on his way home from his office Christmas party on December 8, 2000.