Stephen Cullinan from Ballymackey in Nenagh was last seen in Dublin on November 2nd
The family of a man missing from Tipperary are asking him to let them know he's safe.
25-year-old Stephen Cullinan was last seen in Dublin on the evening of November 2nd.
The last known contact with him was in the St Stephen's Green area, and there have been no sightings of him since.
His family and friends are delivering leaflets throughout the city in the hopes that it will trigger someone's memory.
More than a week into the search, Stephen's brother Brian said they have received support 'from all corners of the country':
Today is the 10th day of our search. We’re deeply grateful for the support we have received from all corners of the country.Posters are being distributed across Dublin. Anyone who may have seen Stephen or have any information please contact any Garda Station/Confidential Line pic.twitter.com/8KX58ZokiA— Brian Cullinan (@brianmcullinan) November 12, 2017
Meanwhile, his dad Tim appealed to Stephen, saying: "What I'm saying to him is just... if you'd make a phone call... just make a phone call to his mother. She's waiting at home.
"All we want to know as a family is that he's safe. If he wants to stay in Dublin, that's fine... but just make contact."
As part of efforts to locate Stephen Cullinan, son of North Tipp Chairman Tim Cullinan, a group will gather at the Farm Centre in Dublin tomorrow at 10am to conduct a leaflet drop around Dublin City, which was Stephen's last known location https://t.co/IOpHIfjLX5— Irish Farmers' Assoc (@IFAmedia) November 11, 2017
Stephen is described as being 5'11", of medium build and with short, fair hair.
Stephen wears glasses, and when last seen was wearing a hoodie and jeans.
Gardaí in Limerick are investigating, and anyone with information is being asked to contact Henry Street Garda Station on 061-212-400, any Garda station, or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800-666-111.