Growing concern for the whereabouts of Cian Langelaan who has been missing from the Falcarragh area since September 24

Land and home owners in Hornhead area asked please help with the search and to check their outhouses and sheds

Growing concern for the whereabouts of Cian Langelaan who has been missing from the Falcarragh area since September 24

There is growing concern in relation to the whereabouts of a 27-year-old man who has been missing from the Falcarragh area since Thursday, September 24. 

Cian Langelaan is described as being approximately 5 foot 8 inches in height with a medium build, sandy hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing blue jeans, a white t-shirt and black boots. He speaks with an English accent. 

This morning, Garda Niall Maguire who is stationed in the Falcarragh area said that they were eager to reissue their appeal in relation to Cian. 

The last known sighting of Cian was on Sunday, September 27 in the Hornhead area. 

"We did find a bag belonging to Cian so we know that he certainly was in that area. He was dropped off by a taxi on Sunday, September 27," he said.

Landowners and homeowners are asked to assist with the search by checking out sheds, buildings and outhouses. 

Gda Maguire appealed to Cian to get in touch with gardaí adding that his mother had moved back to the Falcarragh area and was very anxious for his safe return. 

A Facebook page has also been set-up called 'Find Cian Langelaan.'

Anyone with information on Cian's whereabouts are asked to contact Milford Garda Station in Donegal on 074 91 53060, the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111, or any Garda Station.

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