Gardaí renew appeal for missing woman Bernadette Connolly
They are urging any road users who may have dash cam footage to get in touch.
The Gardaí have appealed to the public once more for their help in locating Dublin woman Bernadette Connolly who has been missing since Friday 7 January.
The are appealing in particular to any road users who may have dash cam footage while travelling in the Donabate area between 11:30am and noon on 7 January. They are also asking for the driver of the taxi that dropped Ms Connolly to the Shoreline Hotel in Donabate to come forward. The taxi is a blue/green Peugeot Partner.
Ms Connolly was last seen in the Donabate area. She is 45-years-old, 5'6" and is of a slim build. She has hazel eyes and long black hair.
She was wearing a black Nike top, black Nike leggings and black trainers with a white sole and a black hat with a black bobble.
For the past week, Bernadette's daughter Jadericka has been appealing to people on Instagram to help find her mother.
In a video last week, Jadericka said: "My Mam is the most amazing mother in the world. I know that’s very biased. She is there for absolutely everyone and she is my rock. I’m her only daughter.
"I will not rest until I search every part of Donabate, Portmarnock, Malahide, Rush – everywhere in Ireland – I need to find her."
Anyone with information on Bernadette's whereabouts is asked to contact Swords Garda Station on 01 666 4700, the garda confidential line on 1800 666 111 or any garda station.