Family of Ballybunion man missing for two years convinced someone is withholding information

The family of a Ballybunion man who’s been missing for two years, are convinced that someone is withholding vital information on his disappearance.

Willie Mulvihill, who was 54, vanished without trace on Sunday, August 21st, 2016, after leaving University Hospital Kerry, where he was receiving treatment.

He was last seen on CCTV footage, walking near Na Gael Clubhouse in Tralee at around 8pm.


Despite extensive searches over a three-week period, involving Gardai, civil defence and cadavar dogs, no trace of him was ever found.

The Rose of Tralee festival was underway on the night of his disappearance, and his family believe someone in the area that night must have information on what happened.

His niece Sarah Scanlon, says while they’ve given up hope of finding him alive, they would love to know what happened to their uncle: