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Missing person has been found safe and well. 

Call-out #8

SARDA Ireland were tasked today by An Garda Síochána Togher, Cork to a missing persons incident in the Douglas area. Eadaoin O'Gorman and Search Dog Murphy responded this evening.

The search for 37-year-old Cian O'Sullivan will resume tomorrow. Cian last seen in the Douglas area on Tuesday morning, however his phone was last active on Tuesday afternoon. Cian is 5'9", of medium build with short hair. Anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Togher Garda Station on 021 4947120, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.

Agencies Involved:
Cork City Missing Persons Search and Recovery
An Garda Síochána
Garda Dog Unit
All ready for action.. Missing from photo were Don, Edwin, Niall and @Edelle
***Call out #6 08.02.2020

Yesterday afternoon, SARDA Ireland were tasked by An Garda Síochána Ashbourne to a missing person incident in Co. Meath.
Martina with Search Dog Ella, Mick with Search Dog Ziggy and Eadaoin with Search Dog Murphy responded.

In three hours of searching the three dog teams covered over 15km of farmland in the Dunboyne area. The search was stood down for the night and Gardai are currently carrying out further investigation.

Agencies involved:
An Garda Síochána
Meath Civil Defence
What a team!
Gerry, Fia, Ella and Martina
SARDA Ireland were tasked today by AGS Kinsale to assist in the search for missing person Martin Faherty, 42 years, who was last seen in the Kinsale area on 3rd January 2020 at approximately 12.10am. When he was last seen, Martin was wearing a green woolly hat, a shirt, jeans and boots. 

Gardaí and Martin's family are concerned for his welfare. Anyone who may have seen Martin or has information on his whereabouts is asked to contact Kinsale Garda Station on 021 477 9250, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

The search was stood down for the day and will resume tomorrow.
SARDA held a local training session in Wicklow today. Our ever-loyal dogsbodies spent the best part of the day in their bivvy bags on the hillside, ready for any eventualities – the most probable one of them obviously being found by a very excited (and perhaps a little muddy) search dog. 😅 Thanks for this excellent shot, Edelle Doherty.
We are doing our annual fund-raising collection in Cork tomorrow (Sat 11th). You will find our collectors and SARDA dogs in the city centre and all the main shopping centres (Bishopstown, Douglas Court, Blackpool and Wilton) all day tomorrow. Come and meet the dogs and chat with the handlers if you're around!
This morning SARDA Ireland were tasked by An Garda Síochána in Clonakilty to assist in the search for a missing person in the area. As the dog teams were preparing to travel the missing person was located deceased. Our condolences to the missing persons family and friends.
Earlier tonight SARDA were tasked by the Gardaí in Tulla, Co. Clare to assist in the search for a missing boy in East Clare. Jarlath Folan with search dog Syd and Michael Grant with search dog Ziggy responded while Louise Burgoyne with Lyla were to join the search later. Niall Devery was also involved as a member of Killaloe Coast Guard Unit

Our dog teams were stood down en-route at approximately 9:30PM when the missing boy was located safe and well by a Garda patrol.
Another great outcome, well done to all involved.

Agencies involved included:
An Garda Síochána
Killaloe Coast Guard Unit
Doolin Coast Guard
Rescue 115
Limerick Land Search Team
Tipperary Search And Rescue Group
Nollaig Shona from all the SARDA Ireland team 🎄🎅🐾
Today is International Missing Persons Day, and the Department of Justice and Equality hosted a special event in Dublin to mark the occasion. Minister of State David Stanton, Garda commissioner Drew Harris and a number of family members of missing loved ones spoke and shared their experiences. Our public relations officer Noel Culbert represented SARDA and met with some of the families who have found themselves in this difficult situation. We thank the Department of Justice for the invite, and we wish all agencies well in their efforts in reuniting families with their missing loved ones.
Hi all. SARDA have been invited to attend this worthwhile An Garda Síochána event in Cork on Sunday so feel free to drop by and say hello. We look forward to seeing you there.
Some of the group on Sunday
SARDA teams continued to assist in the search for the man missing in Waterford this morning but sadly, the body of a man in his 50s was discovered further along the coast. 

SARDA spent a day and a half searching with Michael and  Ziggy, Louise with Lyla and Eadaoin and Murphy involved.
The search operation also involved An Garda Síochána, South Eastern Mountain Rescue Association, Civil Defence, Irish Naval Service, RNLI Helvick Head, Rescue 117 and local Irish Coast Guard assistance from Ardmore Coast Guard Unit, Bonmahon Coast Guard and Tramore Coast Guard Unit. 
Members of the local community also assisted family members in the search.

We extend our deepest sympathies to the family of the deceased gentleman at this time. 

May he Rest In Peace.

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Dor's Piper eager to get started.
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