Psychics offer clues to finding missing women
PSYCHICS are helping Gardai in Bray in their their search for the bodies of three missing woman.
Cold-case team detectives are now analysing what they have been told by the psychics before any decision is made to search areas of County Wicklow where the remains may be found.
Following a coldcase review of the disappearance of American student Annie McCarrick, Kilkenny woman JoJo Dullard and Louth woman Pricilla Clarke it was recommended that a full reinvestigation of the cases be made.
Detective Inspector Frank Keenahan, who is leading an investigation team at Bray, said the psychic information was currently being studied.
Several sites in the county have been highlighted, among them possible areas where Jo Jo Dullard may be buried.
‘People have nominated sites to us and an analysis of that information with other information that we have gathered is being reviewed and from this we will make a decision,’ said Det. Insp. Keenahan.
At present the investigation team have no plans to search a particular area.
Since the reinvestigation opened this summer Gardaí at Bray have interviewed two people in connection with the Annie McCarrick case.
‘Following a programme on the missing women on RTE the public have passed on information that led to two people who lived in the Wicklow area at the time of Annie McCarrick’s disappearance being interviewed.
These people were not under investigation but were simply giving us some further information in relation to the case.’ Gardaí believe Ms McCarrick was last seen in Johnnie Fox’s pub in Glencullen, on March 26, 1993.
She had been living in Sandymount, south Dublin.
JoJo Dullard went missing on November 9, 1995, as she was about to hitch a lift from Moone, Co Kildare, to her home in Callan, Co Kilkenny.
She was making her way home from Dublin.
She was aged 21 at the time and was train- ing to be a beautician.
25-year-old Priscilla Clarke went missing on May 3, 1988, at Powerscourt, Enniskerry.
She was out horse-riding with Lynda Kavanagh, the American-born wife of Irish property tycoon and businessman Mark Kavanagh.
Ms Clarke worked for the Kavanaghs as a childminder.
Gardaí believe the two women were swept away in the flooded river Dargle as their horses were crossing the water after days of heavy rain.
Ms Kavanagh’s remains were found two days later, but Ms Clarke’s remains were never found.
MISSING - Annie McCarrick (top), Pricilla Clarke (left) and Jo Jo Dullard (right).