“If the police say they can’t find new evidence of your missing loved one, never accept that.”

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She still remembers the 19-year-old’s smile captured in the last photo ever taken of her son as he set off on his adventure in France. It was the summer of 1987 when Trevor O’Keeffe disappeared. This July had been a time of celebration for the Irish in France. Stephen Roche had just won the Tour de France and Trevor spontaneously decided to tour the country.

for years Eroline O’Keeffe had been extremely protective of her children. Until they were 18, they waited at the end of their drive in Naas, Co. Kildare for them to come home from the late night discos.

https://www.independent.ie/irish-news/news/if-police-say-they-cant-find-any-new-evidence-about-your-missing-loved-one-never-ever-accept-it-41910230.html “If the police say they can’t find new evidence of your missing loved one, never accept that.”

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