Ireland Gardaí not treating 'Dublin beach sighting' of missing Tina Satchwell as 'credible' - source

17:36  12 march  2018
17:36  12 march  2018 Source:   Independent.ie

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'Someone had to give a helping hand [to Tina] somewhere, you can't just up and leave without help from anybody' - Richard Satchwell © Provided by Irish Independent 'Someone had to give a helping hand [to Tina] somewhere, you can't just up and leave without help from anybody' - Richard Satchwell THE husband of missing woman Tina Satchwell (45) said being told a witness who claimed he spotted her in Dublin was not credible was like "having a bucket of cold water chucked over me."

Richard Satchwell also revealed his wife's best friend is convinced Tina is alive and now living in the UK.

The revelation came as Garda sources confirmed that a man who claimed he spotted Tina near a Dublin beach last January was "well-intentioned but mistaken or confused."

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Tina vanished without trace from her home in Youghal, Co Cork on March 20 2017.

A major Garda search is underway in Mitchel's Wood in Castlemartyr for clues as to Tina's whereabouts after a telephone tip-off from a member of the public.

However, it has now emerged that a potential Dublin lead is not being treated as credible by gardaí.

Doesn’t believe he’s a suspect: Husband Richard Satchwell © Provided by Irish Independent Doesn’t believe he’s a suspect: Husband Richard Satchwell Mr Satchwell referred to the man's information on RTE's Ray Darcy Show last Saturday night - but it emerged the same individual had offered information about the case of missing schoolboy Philip Cairns.

Garda sources said the man was "genuine but either mistaken or confused."

The lead is not now being treated as credible.

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The English-born truck driver said he was continuing with a blitz of broadcast interviews in the hope it would generate further leads on Tina's case.

But he confirmed he will not do newspaper interviews as he believes his words "were being twisted."

He also said that criticism of his media appearances is unfair.

Speaking with Gerry Murray on Youghal's Cry104 FM on Saturday, Mr Satchwell responded to those on social media who have accused him of  "loving the sound of his own voice".

a close up of a woman: Gardai are searching in two locations for Tina Satchwell. Pic: PA © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Gardai are searching in two locations for Tina Satchwell. Pic: PA He said that "people are entitled to their own opinions".

"If I'm not talking I'm doing wrong and if I'm talking I'm doing wrong," he said.

Mr Satchwell has said he is a "fish out of water" when speaking to the media and said that he has turned down a number of interview requests from newspapers, TV and radio.

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The husband of missing Tina Satchwell insists he did not kill his wife as gardaí search woodland in the hope of solving the mystery of her disappearance. [media=bbw]2912212[/media]. However, it is understood they are acting on information from at least one credible source , possibly more, which

He said that he was asked by TV3 to visit the site where Gardaí are searching for missing Tina.

"The way it was put to me, basically the way I'm doing stuff people might pick up the fact I don't care when I do so I drove down and did the interview. It's not that I like the sound of my own voice, I've turned interviews down," he said.

Mr Satchwell said he doesn't like speaking to newspapers because he feels that his words could be twisted.

When asked what he would say to those who believe he had anything to do with Tina's disappearance, Mr Satchwell said: "I say go and talk to people who know us. It's easy for people who don't know us, [don't] know me, [don't] know Tina, to draw conclusions.

Breakthrough

Speaking this morning, Mr Satchwell said he was very upset to learn that the Dublin lead was not a breakthrough.

"It is like having a bucket of cold water chucked over me," he told RedFM.

"I am hopeful that everything we are doing now is going to bring more and more people forward."

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Gardaí say they have had numerous potential sightings of Tina at locations around Ireland, in the UK and Fr Aquinas Duffy, a parish priest in Cabinteely, Dublin , who set up the missing .ie website in 2000 when a Related Articles. Husband of missing Tina Satchwell to appear on Ray D'Arcy Show.

Mr Satchwell insisted he does not believe his wife was having an affair - merely that she was battling depression and may have needed some time away.

The truck driver said his wife was first noted to be depressed in 2012.

He said he was not angry at what has happened.

"Am I angry? That is one I have answered a lot. I am not angry as such - I am disappointed. When I went through my bad spell I sat down and

talked. I spent my life trying to give everything - be good to her, give her the life my father gave my mother. Then this happened and I am anything but a good thing. I know people have said bad things about me," he said.

Mr Satchwell repeated his insistence that he had nothing to do with his wife's disappearance.

He again vowed to welcome her home "with open arms" if she is located safe and well by gardaí.

Disappearance

Tina vanished without trace on March 20 2017 from her home in Youghal, Co Cork.

Her husband had gone on a brief errand to Dungarvan and Tina was not at their home when he returned.

Tina had left her keys and beloved dog, Ruby, behind.

Richard Satchwell at the site earlier today Photo: 3News Ireland © Provided by Irish Independent Richard Satchwell at the site earlier today Photo: 3News Ireland Mr Satchwell thought she had gone away to deal with personal problems and he did not alert Gardaí until four days later.

He subsequently claimed that €26,000 was missing from the property and that Tina must have had help in disappearing.

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Fr Aquinas Duffy, a parish priest in Cabinteely, Dublin , who set up the missing .ie website in 2000 when his cousin went missing , was speaking as gardaí concluded the third day of a massive search operation in a 40-acre woodland in East Cork as part of the Tina Satchwell investigation.

Two suitcases and clothing were also missing from the property.

Last Monday, Gardaí launched a huge search of Mitchel's Wood outside Castlemartyr in east Cork after receiving a telephone tip-off about significant movements near the forestry.

The search, under Supt Colm Noonan, is expected to run for three weeks and involves 60 personnel supported by Defence Forces engineering units and Search Dogs UK.

For the duration of the search, Mitchel's Wood will remain cordoned off with no public access.

Industrial generators, mobile lighting units, a portacabin support centre, portable toilets and a Garda command vehicle were deployed on site.

Gardaí even have ground search radar on standby - and secured, via the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA), a no-fly zone over Mitchel's Wood amid fears curious members of the public could use camera-equipped drones to monitor what was going on behind the steel fencing.

a woman standing in front of a building: Tina Satchwell Missing © Provided by Associated Newspapers (Ireland) Limited, t/a dmg Media Ireland Tina Satchwell Missing To date, the search has revealed nothing of significance in the hunt for Tina. Mr Satchwell said he was very upset at the thought of precisely what

the gardaí were searching for in Mitchel's Wood.

"Just the basic thought that, it is a possibility, no matter how small that my wife could be behind them barriers," he said.

"I am sick in the stomach. I know what is happening behind....those barriers there," he said.

"I am trying to fill myself with hope - I have people say to me, how will you cope if it does turn out to be....my answer to that is I won't be able to cope."

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Mr Satchwell has vehemently denied having anything to do with his wife's disappearance - and claimed he believes gardaí do not consider him a suspect in the case.

"My wife is going to turn back up or she is going to get in touch with the gardaí. One way or another this will all come out and, in time, it will (be shown) that I have done nothing."

"I have been with my wife for 28 years - (I have tried to provide) a good quiet, loving marriage and nothing else."

"I have never once in nearly 30 years of being together laid a finger on her - the most I have ever done to her is have a tight cuddle, loving the bones off her."

Richard Satchwell pictured at his home holding a photo of wife Tina © Provided by Irish Independent Richard Satchwell pictured at his home holding a photo of wife Tina He said that he has spoken with Tina's family about the possibility that she may not be alive but they believe that she's still out there and he is praying that she comes home safe.

"I know if I start thinking the other way and I let it go into my head I know I will go completely downhill. Say she comes back and I'm down on the floor, it would do no good for her," he said.

Family

He said that he is in regular contact with his wife's relatives and said that they have supported him throughout the time that Tina has been gone.

However, he has not had the same support from his own family in England.

Mr Satchwell told Cry104 FM that he spoke to his father just before Christmas for the first time in a long time. He said his family didn't attend their wedding and claims that they never accepted his marriage to Tina.

"There was upset [with] my choice of going out with Tina. They're pretty much anti-Irish," he said.

Mr Satchwell said he believes there are people out there who know what happened to Tina and he urged anyone with any information to come forward, regardless of how trivial their information might be.

He said anyone with the slightest bit of information could potentially put his "mind at ease".

The couple got engaged two years after meeting in England and married in 1991 on Tina's 20th birthday.

They lived for a time in Fermoy, Tina's hometown, before relocating in 2016 to Youghal.

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