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Gardaí investigating the disappearance of Trevor Deely have completed their search operation at the site in Chapelizod, Dublin 10.

According to Gardai, nothing that furthers the search for Trevor was located during the search.

In a statement, an Garda Síochána said they wish to thank the public for their patience during the operation.

The site remains closed to the public.

The search of a three acre woodland site began just under two months ago, and a gun was found during the operation. 

The 22-year-old disappeared after his office Christmas party in Dublin in the year 2000.

The last known sighting of Trevor Deely was captured by a CCTV camera at the junction of Haddington Road and Baggot Street on the night of December 8 at around 4am.

The CCTV footage shows a man dressed all in black following him.

It has not been confirmed if the gun is linked to Mr Deely's disappearance.

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Gardaí have uncovered a gun in the search for missing man Trevor Deely.

The 22-year-old disappeared after his office Christmas party in Dublin in the year 2000.

The Gardaí have been searching an area of derelict land in Chapelizod following a tip-off. 

The gun was reportedly found yesterday, according to The Irish Times. 

The last known sighting of Trevor Deely was captured by a CCTV camera at the junction of Haddington Road and Baggot Street on the night of December 8 at around 4am.

The CCTV footage shows a man dressed all in black following him.

It has not been confirmed if the gun is linked to Mr Deely's disappearance.

Gardaí will continue to search the site. 

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Gardaí are set to continue a search operation in Chapelizod for the body of Trevor Deely who vanished in 2000.

Originally form Naas, Co Kildare, the 22-year-old was last seen walking home from a Christmas party shortly after 4am in December 2000.

The three acre site in South Dublin, some eight kilometres from where Trevor was last seen, has been sealed off and the search is expected to take a number of weeks.

The latest search effort comes after officers received fresh information suggesting that Trevor's remains may have been buried there.

It's understood that there has been no request for the €100,000 reward on offer.

Detective Inspector Paul Costello says the search area remains closed to the public until further notice.

“This is a woodland area which is adjacent to the R112 at Chapelizod and it runs down to the banks of the river Liffey and all that area is restricted to the public.”

The latest development in the 17-year-old mystery comes after Gardaí began a cold case review last December, which led to the release of newly enhanced footage of Trevor speaking to an unidentified man outside his office.

However, Gardaí say the new search operation is not based on this information, which emerged in April of this year, and the identity of the man in the CCTV footage is still unknown.

It's believed officers have mapped out certain areas to focus on and have also received assistance from experts in land searchers.

The Garda Dog Unit is also expected to be involved in the search.

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