University of Limerick student from Tipperary found safe and well in the United Kingdom
The Gardaí have confirmed that Stephen Cullinan, a student at the University of Limerick, has been sound safe and well.
Cullinan, originally from Ballymackey, Nenagh, Co. Tipperary, had been missing since November 2, when he left student accommodation to head for Dublin.
The 25-year-old, who is the son of Tim Cullinan, Irish Farmers’ Association’s (IFA’s) chairman for North Tipperary, made contact with his family yesterday. He was in the UK.
Tipperary TD Jackie Cahill also confirmed the news on Twitter.
Great news this evening Stephen Cullinan has made contact with his family. pic.twitter.com/3UGqD9rEKl
— Jackie Cahill TD (@jackiecahillff) November 27, 2017