Gardaí renew their appeal for missing woman Bernadette Connolly
Bernadette Connolly has now been missing for three weeks.
Gardaí have renewed their appeal for Dublin woman Bernadette Connolly, who has been missing for three weeks now.
They are particularly interested in speaking to anyone who was on Donabate Beach on Friday 7 January. This is where Bernadette was last spotted.
According to RTÉ, the Gardaí will be at the entrance of Donabate Beach, which is by the Shoreline Hotel, and at Malahide Beach from 11am to 4pm today.
Bernadette is 45-years-old and is 5'6". She has a slim build, hazel eyes and long black hair. When she went missing, she was wearing a black Nike top, black Nike leggings, black trainers with a distinctive white sole and a black wooly hat with a black bobble.
Previously, Gardaí had urged any road users with dash cam footage who were travelling in the Donabate area between 11:30am and noon on 7 January to get in touch with them.
Earlier this week, Bernadette's daughter Jade shared another photo of her mother as she continues to search for her.
Taking to Instagram, she said: "What I’d give to see your face again mam. I’m praying every day someone will come forward remembering something."
Jade has asked witnesses who may have seen her mother to contact Gardaí again.
She stated: "To anyone that rang the Gardaí about my mam, please contact them again."
Jade added that her mother has dental implants in her top jaw, saying: "She has perfect teeth, so you can imagine what to look out for."
Anyone with information on Bernadette's disappearance is asked to ontact Swords Garda Station on 01 666 4700, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.