THE SEARCH for missing woman Frankie Devlin continues today in Cork , four days after she vanished.
The 67-year-old was attending a school reunion in Garryvoe Hotel, East Cork, on Saturday night when she disappeared.
Ms Devlin was last seen outside the hotel at approximately 10.45pm on October 5th, and was wearing a black dress, black top and either a purple knee length coat or a red and black jacket.
She is described as being 5'8 and slim, with blonde hair and brown eyes.
Ms Devlin's daughter Erin has been vocal about the search for her mother and has said the family are "living a nightmare". They have appealed for more people to join the search taking place in County Cork.
We are living a nightmare xx please retweet and share. pic.twitter.com/tBhZnNCLmk
— Erin Stephanie Cronin (@erinstephanie84) October 7, 2019
Both Gardaí and the missing woman's family have said they are concerned for Ms Devlin's welfare, worrying that she could be disoriented, confused or distressed.
Garryvoe is an area in East Cork popular with tourists due to its beaches, and Gardaí have asked anyone with a caravan or mobile home in the area to check their property as soon as possible.
Gardaí and Ms Devlin's family are also appealing for anyone who may have been driving in the area at the time of Ms Devlin's disappearance to come forward. Gardaí have confirmed there was heavy traffic in Garryvoe on the night Ms Devlin was last seen, and dash cam footage could be the key in locating her.
Anyone with any information on the whereabouts of Ms Devlin is asked to contact Middleton Garda station on 021 432 1550, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111 or any Garda station in the country.