Gardaí wish to renew their appeal and seek the public's help in locating the whereabouts of 17-year-old Kalem Murphy.
Kalem was last seen on Thursday the 16th of August at approximately 7:40pm in Wexford Town.
Kalem is described as being 5' 10" and of slim build with blonde hair. He was last seen wearing white jeans with cuts in the knees, a blue t-shirt, a cream jacket and burgundy runners.
Kalem may have travelled to Dublin and is known to frequent Dublin City Centre and the Lucan area.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Wexford Garda Station at 053-916-5200, the Garda Confidential Line at 1-800-666-111, or any Garda Station.
Gardaí are appealing for the public's assistance in locating two young boys who went missing from their home at Ballintine Place, Steamboat Quay, Dock Road, Co. Limerick, on Tuesday.
Five-year-old, Arnel Azad, and his two-year-old brother, Ayaan Azad, were last seen on October 31, 2017, when they left their home with their father, Selim Azad.
Selim is believed to be travelling in a black Nissan Primera Registration number – 05-L-1598.
Arnel was last seen wearing blue and white pyjama bottoms and a white t-shirt and Ayaan was last seen wearing a bright blue jumper with a circular pattern or crest on the front and a pair of blue tracksuit bottoms.
Anyone who has seen Arnel and Ayaan or who can assist in locating them is asked to contact Henry street Garda Station on 061-212400, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
A man who suffered a head injury causing him to forget who he was has found his way home after thirty years of being missing.
The 50-year-old disappeared from a group home in the States in 1986 and has been declared a missing person every since.
Edgar Latulip who was in his early twenties when he disappeared, is believed to have received a serious head injury while on an outing to Niagara Falls.
After never returning to his home, his family were left to believe that he had committed suicide or was murdered.
Instead, Edgar was living alone only 80 miles away from his hometown for the duration of his disappearance.
The family of the missing man were shocked when he returned home after his severe memory loss started to partially return to him.
Edgar, who has learning difficulties, was in hospital recovering from a suicide attempt the last time he was seen by family members.
The true mystery of his identity began top unravel when a social worker began to piece together the fragments of his slowly returning memory and a DNA test confirmed his identity.
Gardaí have issued an appeal today after a 16-year-old has been reported missing from his home in Limerick.
Darnell Price was last seen on Tuesday afternoon on O'Connell Street in his hometown.
He is described as being of medium build, 5'6 with brown hair and was wearing a green jacket at the time of his disappearance.
Anyone who has seen Darnell or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Henry Street Garda Station on 061-212400, The Garda Confidential Telephone Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.
Gardaí and family members are becoming increasingly concerned today as 23-year-old Paige Holland and her one week old baby have been missing from their home in Roscommon for almost a week.
Paige, who also goes by the surname of Goodier, and her daughter, Nevagh Goodier/ Tighe, are believed to be in the company of Paige's partner, Aaron Tighe.
Gardaí are reportedly "concerned for the welfare" of the mother and new born baby who were last seen on Friday.
Aaron, who also goes by the name of Aaron Chadwick or Ian Smith, is described as being of medium height and build.
Paige is described as 5'6 in height with short medium-length blonde hair.
Both are reported to speak with strong British accents.
The family were last seen at their home in Westview, Cloonfad in county Roscommon last week and it is believed that they are travelling via public transport.
If anyone has any information regarding the whereabouts of the mother and child, they should contact Castlerea Garda station on 094 9621630, the Garda confidential line on 1800 666111, or any Garda station.