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Family of missing Dubliner Thomas Flood renew appeal for help one month on from disappearance

The family of missing Dubliner Thomas Flood have renewed their appeal to locate him one month on from his disappearance.

Thomas, aged 49, was last seen in Howth on Sunday 16 April. His brother Christopher told Dublin Live that Thomas was seen leaving his home in Dublin 1 at exactly 11:02am on Sunday morning before taking the train to Howth from Drumcondra Station..

From there, Thomas went to Howth village and got on a bus to Howth Summit at 12:38 and got off near the Summit Pub at 12:42. His phone was active until around 7pm that evening.

Read more: Missing Dublin man last seen on CCTV carrying 'distinctive' blue bag as family appeal for help

CCTV footage has also captured Thomas close to the time of his disappearance sporting a distinctive blue sports bag

Thomas's brother Christopher has once again appealed to anyone who was staying in Howth that weekend for information.

Thomas Flood, 49, is missing from his home in Dublin 1 (Garda Press Office)

"I want to make an appeal to anybody who has made sight of my brother, Thomas Flood," he said. "It's now four weeks since he has last been sighted.

"I'm up here at the Baily Green Road which leads up to the Howth Summit car park. He went missing on the 16th of April and he travelled up this road towards the car park.

"I'm also appealing to anybody who may have stayed in Howth. So particularly hotel owners and owners of B&Bs, if possible could you contact your guests and ask them if they have got photographs of Thomas. He stayed up here for seven hours.

"He arrived at around 12pm and we know his phone was active until 7pm that evening. The last sighting was at 15:40."

Sarah, Christopher and Terrence Flood are appealing for anyone with information relating to their missing brother Thomas Flood to get in touch (Robbie Kane)

Thomas is described is being 5 foot 2 in height, of a medium build, has blue eyes and is bald. He was wearing a grey top at the time of his disappearance along with a light grey jacket, dark trousers and brown shoes.

Anyone with any information on Thomas’ whereabouts can contact Mountjoy Garda Station on 01 666 8600, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.


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