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Family appeal for Irishman Anthony O’Brien missing in London

Anthony O'Brien from Co Galway has been missing in London for two weeks.
Anthony O’Brien from Co. Galway has been missing in London for two weeks

THE FAMILY of missing Irishman Anthony O’Brien have appealed for his safe return. 

Anthony is 5'10 with brown hair.
Anthony is 5’10” with brown hair

Anthony O’Brien, 24, from Glenamaddy Co. Galway, was last seen in Kilburn on February 2.

Anthony, who also goes by the name ‘Mark’, was last seen wearing black jeans, beige boots, a dark blue hooded top and a blue shirt.

He is 5’10”, with brown hair and speaks with an Irish accent.

Anthony is the second youngest of a family of 12, including two brothers in London, and two brothers in Manchester.

His sister Martina told The Irish Post that while Anthony may have “gone for a day or so” in the past, “he has never been missing for this long before”.

If you have seen Anthony O’Brien or have any information as to his whereabouts, please call 101. 

UPDATE: Anthony made contact with his family and is safe and well. 

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Erica Doyle Higgins

Erica Doyle Higgins is a Digital Reporter with The Irish Post. You can follow her on Twitter @EDoyleHiggins Do you have a story to share? Email

One comment on “Family appeal for Irishman Anthony O’Brien missing in London”

  1. Joe Walsh

    Hope they find him soon from all at the Lucky 7


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