The daughter of a woman who went missing from Swords in Dublin three weeks ago has made a renewed appeal for any information about her mother's disappearance.
45-year-old Bernadette Connolly was wearing a black Nike training top, black Nike leggings, black trainers with a white sole, and a black woolly hat when she went missing on Friday January 7th.
CCTV shows Bernadette in the car park of the Shoreline Hotel in Donabate at 11:58am on the day she went missing.
Gardaí are renewing their appeal to the public for assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 45 year old Bernadette Connolly, who is missing from Swords, Co. Dublin since Friday, 7th January, 2022.
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Her daughter Jade says a taxi man who dropped her there has since come forward with some information.
She said: "He asked her where she wanted to go, and she said she wanted to go out to the hotel by the beach.
"He asked her did she work out here, and she said no - that she was meeting a friend."
Jade described her mother as a woman who "would always have the answer for absolutely anyone" who came looking for help - adding she was like the "Del Boy of women".
A bag and a jacket Bernadette was wearing when she left home were found on the beach, while her phone was in the jacket pocket.
Jade says her Mam was in great form the day she went missing and has appealed to people to come forward with any information they may have.
She said: "How no-one has seen anything... it's just beyond me.
"I'm here to appeal to people: whatever little detail they think it is in their mind or they're afraid to say anything... please [come forward]: it's not little."
Gardaí will today be patrolling the area where Bernadette was last seen, to try to identify anyone who walked the beach the day she went missing.
Anyone with information about Bernadette's whereabouts is being asked to speak to gardaí in person or contact Swords Garda Station 01 666 4700, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station.