Cian McLaughlin Wiki – Cian McLaughlin Bio
Cian McLaughlin was last seen on June 8. McLaughlin had been living and working in Jackson, Wyoming, near the Grand Teton National Park.
He was described as a solo hiker with shoulder-length hair and wearing round glasses. He was wearing a white shirt, shorts, and a hat.
Intensive searches of the Garnet Canyon area where Mr. McLaughlin was the last scene took place last week involving helicopter searches and search-and-rescue dog teams.
He is 27 years old.
A new investigation into the disappearance of the missing Irishman Cian McLaughlin was carried out in the United States in Wyoming after authorities received new information about his disappearance.
The National Park Service reported Wednesday night that a resident of Wyoming traveling internationally had seen Mr. McLaughin on the afternoon or morning of June 8, the day after the man’s last sightings. The person who contacted authorities interviewed Mr. McLaughlin south of the Bradley / Taggart moraine in Grand Teton National Park.
“As a result of this new information, the park has made more search efforts around Lake Bradley and Lake Taggart. Park staff also searched the Phelps Lake area, which McLaughlin enjoys visiting,” the National Park Service said in a statement. A spokesman added: “No evidence or clues have been identified to determine where McLaughlin is.”
The National Park Service has called anyone with information on where McLaughlin is located to contact his Office of Research Services.
However, the National Park Service announced last Friday that it was scaling back search efforts.
More than 60 staff conducted ground search efforts on Thursday.
Teams were flown into the Garnet Canyon area by the Teton Interagency Helicopter, while five search-and-rescue dog teams also took part in the operation.
The Garnet Canyon Trail is located near the picturesque Bradley Lake in the national park, a popular destination for visitors and hikers. The trail on which it is believed that the missing man was last spotted is a 13.5km round trip, described by the National Park Service as “strenuous.”
The search was initiated after the Dublin native failed to work in Jackson Hole, where he worked as a snowboard instructor.
The National Park Service Investigative Services Branch has repeated calls for anyone with information to contact them.