The daughter of a missing Dublin woman has issued an appeal for help finding her mother.
Bernadette Connolly has been missing since January 7.
Gardai probing the 45-year-disappearance old’s have revealed new CCTV footage.
She was last seen walking towards the beach from the parking lot of the Shoreline Hotel, Donabate.
“We are here today to appeal to the public and any locals who were on the beach on the day my mother went missing,” Jade Connolly said at Donabate Strand.
It was the 6th of January, Women’s Christmas, and my mother went missing the next day.
“I want everyone to remember that day. That day, it was busy. People with dogs walked by my mother.
It is hoped that any photos or dashcam footage or even CCTV footage from surrounding houses will help in the investigation.
Ms Connolly also asked people near the Malahide carpark to call gardai if they had any information.
In addition to her height, the missing woman had hazel eyes and long black hair.
At the time of her disappearance, Ms Connolly was wearing a black Nike training shirt with a white sole, black leggings, and a black woolly hat.
“The gardai in Swords are renewing their appeal for information about Bernadette Connolly who went missing on January 7 2022,” said Inspector Noleen McKenna.
“If anyone has any information, please call the Swords gardai.
“Any information will be much appreciated.”
Swords garda station 01 666 4700 is appealing for information on Ms Connolly’s whereabouts.