There's fresh calls for a new investigation into the disappearance of a mother of four from Tipperary almost 6 years ago.
37 year old Bridget Madigan was last seen in her hometown of Clonmel, County Tipperary on the 8th of February 2016 although she was missing for several weeks before it was reported to the Gardaí.
The calls were prompted by the release of sex offender Walter Morrissey last month whom Bridget knew.
Morrisey was serving a 13 year sentence for violent sexual assault; although Bridget went missing while he was in prison, he attempted to use that fact to cast doubt over his guilt when speaking to the media last month.
Former mayor of Clonmel Catherine Carey says it's upsetting that little attention is being paid to the disappearance, describing it as 'dreadful' and saying that; "There isn't anything being done on it at all, that's yesterday's news now and nobody cares."
Catherine became involved in attempting to highlight the case when she was serving as a public representative. She helped to organise and took part in a search of the mountains after information came in that she had been seen there.
Speaking to the Sunday World, she said "It is just shocking that a woman from Clonmel, a mother, is missing and nothing is being done. When I hear stories of JoJo Dullard, God love that woman and her family, but nothing is heard about Bridget."