Family concerned for missing Irvinestown pensioner with dementia

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The family of a missing 67-year-old man from Irvinestown who suffers from dementia are becoming increasingly concerned for his well-being. 


Patrick Martin Doyle - who is known as Martin - was last seen in the Derrybard Road area of Fintona on Friday the 4th of January at around 6pm. 

He's around 5’8” to 5'10'' in height, of a very slim build, bald headed with some grey hair on the sides and has a full beard. 


The pensioner is likely to be very confused after having not taken his medication for around two days.





Mr. Doyle's nephew Cathal has been speaking to Q Radio:





Sergeant Adams said:

"When Patrick was last seen he was wearing a navy hooded top, dark coloured jeans, a stripy T-shirt and black shoes.   

"We believe at this time that Patrick is driving a silver Kia Sportage with the VRM - MIG 3519 - and that he may have travelled to the Ballyshannon area of Co Donegal.

"I would ask Patrick, or anyone who knows of his whereabouts, to please get in touch with police in Omagh on 101 and quote reference 33 of 05/01/19.”


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