Ireland Missing Waterford pensioner Christy O'Sullivan who suffered from Parkinson's disease tragically found dead

16:15  14 may  2018
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The body of a missing pensioner who suffered with Parkinson's disease has been found.

A search was carried out for missing Waterford man Christy O'Sullivan who was last seen on Friday morning.

However, gardai confirmed to the Irish Mirror on Monday that they stood down the search on Sunday night after the 70-year-old was found dead.

Mr O'Sullivan is from Roche's Street in the city and later lived in Earlscourt. He was last seen in the Ardkeen Stores area at around 10.30am on Friday.

The former Waterford Crystal worker was wearing a blue shirt, light coloured chinos and a navy bomber jacket when he was last seen.

Property owners were asked to check any outhouses or premises where he could have taken shelter overnight.

The Irish Coast Guard helicopter Rescue 117, along with ground units, Waterford City River Rescue and other services, were involved in the search.

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