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Ireland New witness backs up gardaí's theory that Deely 'killed in row with gang'

12:50  05 december  2019
12:50  05 december  2019 Source:   independent.ie

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Trevor Deely was last seen on 8 December 2000 at 4.14am when CCTV captured him walking on Haddington Road in Dublin. He had been returning home from his work' s Christmas party in the city

Witnesses have spoken to the BBC about what they saw. Amanda Hunter, who was on a bus on London Bridge at the time, said: "All I ran back down to Borough High Street. London Bridge was the scene of another attack, on 3 June 2017, in which eight people were killed and many more injured.

a couple of people posing for the camera: Families of the disappeared: Attending the National Missing Persons Day were Colm and Sean Whooley, the brothers of Conor Whooley - whose body was recently identified in Wales after he had been missing for more than 30 years - with Conor's niece Ciara and her baby son Lenny. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins © Copyright Collins Photo Agency Families of the disappeared: Attending the National Missing Persons Day were Colm and Sean Whooley, the brothers of Conor Whooley - whose body was recently identified in Wales after he had been missing for more than 30 years - with Conor's niece Ciara and her baby son Lenny. Photo: Gareth Chaney/Collins A new witness has come forward with information that supports the gardaí's belief that long-term missing man Trevor Deely was murdered after an altercation.

Gardaí have been following a line of inquiry that Mr Deely - who will have been missing 19 years this Sunday - got into a row with a criminal gang on the night he disappeared in Dublin. 

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Gardaí search area in Dublin after receiving new information on missing man. Gardaí are also examining intelligence that suggests that Mr Deely , who vanished on his way home from an office party in the early hours of December 8th, 2000, was killed by a criminal well known to the Garda.

A senior source said last night that this new witness is "highly significant" and strengthens that theory even further. The person, whose sex has not been disclosed by investigating officers, came forward last month.

a man looking at the camera: Trevor Deely went missing after a night out in December 2000 Trevor Deely went missing after a night out in December 2000 "This is a highly significant new witness, who is backing up information that Trevor was the victim of foul play on that night," a senior source said last night.

"The information supports the main theory that Trevor interacted with a serious criminal gang who were operating on the Grand Canal at the time, and got in an altercation with them.

"There is nothing to suggest that this new witness is not credible - the account feeds into other information that gardaí have got over the years.

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Gardaí are investigating if a known criminal is linked to the disappearance of Trevor Deely , who has Gardaí are investigating if he was killed by a known criminal whom he may have met by chance in Mr Deely ' s case was never closed and a new "cold case" team was set up last December to carry out

Gardaí are trying to identify a man who spoke to Trevor Deely shortly before he went missing in Dublin in December 2000. Investigators have discovered new information in the case of the 22-year-old who disappeared more than 16 years ago.

"The belief is that this unfortunate young man was murdered at the location and his body dumped elsewhere."

Mr Deely, a Bank of Ireland worker, was last seen in the early hours of December 8, 2000, in the Haddington Road area of the city. The last known images of him were captured by a CCTV camera at the junction of Haddington Road and Baggot Street at 4.14am.

A man dressed in black, who gardaí believe also spoke to Mr Deely outside his place of work minutes previously, can be seen following him in the direction of Haddington Road.

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This specialist unit is now dealing with a number of leads, including a key witness who had not previously come forward.

It can also be revealed that investigators at Pearse Street believe some of the protagonists, and others who have knowledge of the suspected murder, have died since the mystery disappearance.

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Gardaí would not be drawn on why the witness took so long to come forward, despite repeated appeals for public information over 19 years.

"Everything can change over time - allegiances change, people die, people fall out - all these things can be factors," the senior source explained.

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"Witnesses who come forward with information must be treated in a very sensitive way.

"The hope now is that this new information may lead to a breakthrough in the case, because that poor family have suffered enough."

In August 2017, it emerged that an informant alleged that a member of a dysfunctional crime family shot and buried Mr Deely, and they said they came forward due to a guilty conscience.

At the time, the criminal told investigating detectives he had no interest in the €100,000 reward being offered for any significant information in relation to Mr Deely's disappearance, but instead said he could not keep the information a secret any longer.

This led to a massive six-week dig in the autumn of 2018 at a site in Chapelizod, west Dublin, which turned up nothing of relevance to the case, but a gun and drugs did show up in the area.

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Gardai have received information that missing man Trevor Deely was threatened at gunpoint — and then shot dead by accident. Officers are hopeful that this new information is credible and that the body of the missing Kildare man can finally be found and returned to his family.

Mr Deely went missing as he was making his way home from the bank he worked in following a night out at a Christmas party with work colleagues.

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