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Liscannor beach mystery, Garda still to identify body of man

Conor Trindle
24 Jun 2019, 14:36 GMT+10

CO. CLARE, Ireland - A man whose body was found washed up on Kilmacrehy Beach, at Liscannor, in Co Clare two weeks ago, has yet to be identified.

An Garda Siochana are now seeking the assistance of the public in identifying the body of the young man, believed to be of Asian background, which was discovered on the beach on Friday morning 7 June, 2019.

Kilmacrehy Beach, Liscannor is located between the Cliffs of Moher to the north, and Spanish Point to the south. It is believed the young man entered the water around 24 to 48 hours before his body was found.

The man is decsribed as being 5'10'' with short tight dark hair, to be clean shaven and of slim build.

The man was found wearing a black puffa style jacket, black round neck T shirt with the word "Youthful" printed in red across the front (pictured), black knee long Adidas acrylic shorts, black "Spyder" long tracksuit pants, and black "Nike" runners with a white sole.

Investigations are ongoing at Ennistymon Garda station and Gardaí are appealing to anyone with any information that could lead to identifying the man to contact Ennistymon Garda Station on 065 - 707 2180 or The Garda Confidential line.

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