Published: Mon, August 14, 2017
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Gardai receive information Trevor Deely was murdered by a known criminal

Gardai receive information Trevor Deely was murdered by a known criminal

Mr Deely was 22 when he vanished in south Dublin after calling to his office in the then Bank of Ireland Asset Management building on Wilton Terrace in the early hours of December 8 2000 following a work Christmas party.

Sources said the information given to gardaí was not as a result of a high profile appeal in the case earlier this year in which officers released enhanced CCTV images. The site search is focused on an area on the Old Lucan Road in Chapelizod, Dublin 20.

That man, and others close to him, were involved in the drugs trade and other serious crime.

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Two of his siblings, who were involved in criminality, are now deceased.

"I'd like to take this opportunity to appeal to anybody who has not come forward to contact us at Pearse Street Garda Station or on the Garda Confidential Line".

He also said this is "a very very stressful time" for the Deely family and asked for their privacy to be respected in the coming days and weeks.

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A garda dog unit is assisting in the search which is being guided by a forensic archaeologist.

It is understood that the source chose to provide the information after being interviewed during a "cold case review" of the original investigation.

Detectives say they still have not identified the man in the CCTV footage.

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He was last seen in Haddington Road.

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