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29/07/2021

Search underway for Irish man with dementia and epilepsy on Spain’s Costa del Sol

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MISSING: Search underway for Irish man with dementia and epilepsy on Spain’s Costa del Sol

A Dublin man with dementia and epilepsy has gone missing in Spain

An Irish man with dementia and epilepsy has gone missing in Spain.

Duncan Crozier-Shaw has been missing since 11.30am on Wednesday in Fuengirola on the Costa Del Sol. 

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The 67-year-old from Rathgar, Dublin, is described as being 5'7" of slight build with grey hair.

According to his son Geoff, he was last seen wearing blue shorts and a pink shirt with green stripes in the El Corte Inglés department store in Mijas, Fuengirola.

If you have any information, contact the local police or the Irish Embassy in Madrid on 0034 914364093.

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