Missing Irishman sighted in Berlin

Frank McCaughey was last seen in a German hospital on July 25

The family of a man with UK-Irish nationality who went missing in Denmark on July 13 are still concerned despite two sightings in Berlin over the last month.

On July 25, Frank McCaughey was at a hospital in Berlin, and there was a further sighting in the German capital on August 9.

In Denmark, McCaughey was last seen at Aalborg Railway Station, and it is believed he then headed south into Germany.

“We are focusing our search there as his welfare remains a concern,” his sister Niamh McCaughey told CPH POST this morning.

READ ALSO: Family concerned for whereabouts of missing Irishman last seen in Aalborg on July 13

Report any sighting
The Northern Irishman has not made contact with close family or friends since July 11.

Frank is approximately 165 cm in height and of slim build. The photo above was taken recently. 

His family is anxious to hear from anyone who might have seen him.

Report any sightings to the Danish police via 3314 1448, quoting case number 5100-10279-00259-22, or the Police Service of Northern Ireland via 0044 28906 50222, quoting reference number 1666-21/07/2022.




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