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Sinéad O’Connor pleads for help after 14-year-old son is ‘missing since Friday’

The singer has asked for the public's help

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Sinéad O’Connor has pleaded for help after her 14-year-old son has been “missing since Friday.”

The singer has taken to Twitter over the past 24 hours to ask for the public’s help to find her son and also asked for anyone with information to contact Dundrum garda station.

“My sweet 14 yr old son has been going missing a lot and is currently missing for the last two days. If you are a parent in whose house he has been staying or is staying, please call Dundrum Gardai. Not calling them is not helping him,” the 52-year-old tweeted.

The singer later shared a photo of her son and wrote: “This is my 14 yr old son. Missing since Friday. Last seen in Wicklow town at 7.42 pm tonight. Allegedly Headed for the home of someone called Orlando. If you see him or he is at your home please contact Dundrum or Wicklow Gardai.”

This morning the 52-year-old also tweeted: “Shane O’Connor, you cheeky little monkey. You’re too young to be on my page! It’s for over 18s. Up out of that bed or sofa now darling, its school time. I love you. When you’re 16, you get to be The General. Meanwhile its me. ; )”.

A gardaí spokesperson has also issued an alert to the public: “Gardaí wish to seek the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of 14 year old Shane O’Connor who is missing from his home in Ballinteer. Shane was last seen on Friday the 18th of January 2019, at approximately 5.15pm in Woodpark Ballinteer.”

“Shane is described as being 5’11” of slim build with dark hair. When last seen he was wearing a black hoodie, black Adidas bottoms with white stripes and white runners. Shane is known to frequent the Wicklow area.”

“Anyone who has seen Shane or who can assist in locating him is asked to contact Dundrum Garda Station on 01 6665600, The Garda Confidential Line 1800 666 111 or any Garda Station.”