The father of the missing Swedish man Olaf Jansen says he regrets that the Irish Army was not called in as part of the search for his son. Swedish army officers are in the county today to assist in the search for their former colleague. Seven members of the elite unit are to take up the search. Olaf went climbing on December 29th. He has not been seen since despite extensive searches. He father Sven believes there is a chance he is still alive.
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