A new poster campaign is being rolled out in Irish prisons, seeking information about a man who went missing in Dublin 19 years ago.
22-year-old Trevor Deely went missing from Dublin city centre on December 7th 2000.
He attended his work Christmas party at the Hilton Hotel in Dublin 2, and went on to the now-closed Buck Whaley's nightclub on Leeson Street.
He left the club between 2:30am and 3:25am the morning of December 8th that year.
At 3.35am, Trevor called to his place of work at Bank of Ireland on Fitzwilliam Place.
CCTV footage of the rear entrance of the premises at 3:35am shows an unknown man talking with Trevor at the back gate.
This man has never been identified.
Trevor was last seen on CCTV passing the since-removed Bank of Ireland ATM on Haddington Road at 4.14am.
Around 30 seconds later, a man was captured on CCTV walking in the same direction as Trevor.
Trevor Deely is described as 6'1", of slim build, with short red/brown hair and of fair complexion.
When last sighted he was wearing a mustard and brown checked shirt, beige/grey corduroy flared trousers, dark deck shoes with white stripes and a green padded jacket.
He was carrying a large, dark blue umbrella with white 'ACC Bank' lettering.
Gardaí say they are aware of and in support of the renewed appeal being issued by the Deely family, in conjunction with the Irish Prison Service.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Pearse Street Garda station on 01-666-9000, the Garda Confidential Line at 1800-666-111 or Crimestoppers on 1800-250-025.