Map: The location where Trevor Deely went missing

1-2 Haddington Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, D04 N1W6

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The location where Trevor Deely went missing

Last Seen Location in Ballsbridge, Dublin, Ireland

On December 8th, 2000, a CCTV camera captured Trevor Deely walking past this location on Haddington Road in Dublin.

Since then, there have been no sightings of the 22-year-old.

Related Locations

The following locations are related to the building. Please note that the descriptions for these images may lack context if you have not read the main article.

Buck Whaley's nightclub

Buck Whaley's nightclub

Deely left Buck Whaley's at approximately 3.20 a.m. The nightclub, which closed in 2015, was located at 67 Lower Leeson Street.

Deely's workplace

Trevor Deely

This Google Street View of Deely's former workplace was taken in September 2021.

The events, according to the CCTV timestamps:

03:34:17: Deely passes the man in black at Point 1. However, they don't seem to talk to one another. Judging by the footage, the IT worker is talking on the phone. For the next 17 seconds, the man continues to stand in the same place.

03:34:34: It appears as though the "man in black" hears something. At that point, he turns around and walks over to the gate (Point 2).

03:34:43: The man appears at the gate. Notably, Deely hasn't appeared yet, even though we saw him walk past "Point 1" 23 seconds earlier. This indicates that he stopped somewhere between "Point 1" and "Point 2".

03:35:01: Deely finally arrives at the gate. Judging by the timestamps, he stood somewhere between Point 1 and Point 2 for 44 seconds.

03:35:07: While he is attempting to open the gate, the man in black stands beside him. During this timeframe, they have a brief conversation.

03:35:31: Deely is still at the gate. The other man's head appears to slump over to his right. This may indicate that he is under the influence of something. For the next 20 seconds, the man stands beside Deely with his head down and his back against the gate. Judging by their body language, they don't appear to be talking to each other.

03:35:52: The gate finally opens, and Deely goes inside. It takes the man exactly three seconds to turn around and realize that the gate has been opened. By the time he turns around, it has already been closed. This sluggishness lends credence to the theory that he was under the influence of something.

04:02:19: 27 minutes later, Deely exits the gate and fixes his jacket. He then walks over to the wall on his right. After opening his umbrella, he turns to his left and proceeds to walk east along Wilton Terrace. By this stage, it appears as though the man in black has disappeared.

Deely's apartment

deely's apartment

Deely lived in an apartment at the Renoir complex in St. James' Court on Serpentine Avenue.

It should have taken him 20–30 minutes to reach the complex.


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