Body recovered in search for Frankie Devlin missing from Garryvoe area
The body of Frankie Devlin who has been missing from the Garryvoe area has been recovered today.
A large scale search was prompted when the 67-year-old went missing last Saturday October 5th.
Up to 200 people were involved in the search for Frankie which was being co-ordinated by the emergency services and involves gardai, memebers of the Cork City Missing Persons Search And Recovery group and the coastguard.
It has been confirmed to RedFM News that her body has been recovered.
Gardaí have thanks the public for their assistance.
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