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Car that belongs to man who has been missing for 18 years has been recovered

A car has been recovered from Lough Erne in Co Fermanagh following a joint-operation between gardaí and PSNI.

The car is believed to have been owned by 55-year-old Michael ‘Tony’ Lynch who has been missing since 2002.

Michael ‘Tony’ Lynch (55)

A renewed appeal for information was launched earlier this year by gardaí which lead to a number of lakes and quarries in the Clones area to be searched.

Locals alerted gardaí yesterday of what they described as an ‘anomaly’ in Lough Erne which turned out to be the car.

The car is currently under examination.


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