Gardai bid to trace family of Englishman
Gardai launched a public appeal today to find the family of an Englishman found dead in greater Dublin.
Paul Masters, 57, died of natural causes at his home on Slievebloom Road, Drimnagh, in August.
A three-month search for next of kin has drawn a blank.
Gardai believe Mr Masters, who had lived in Ireland for 10 years, was originally from Manchester.
Anyone with information was urged to contact Crumlin Garda Station on +353(1) 6666200.
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