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Missing since July 25, 1993 from Terenure, Dublin, Ireland
Age at disappearance: 40
Hair: brown, short
Clothing: pink tracksuit and leggings, man's wristwatch with a brown strap, red leatherette handbag about 8"x10" with a flap to the front.
WAT case #: ieF001 Date added: 8-jun-2003
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On the day of her disappearance, Eva arrived at her parents house at around 2:30 pm (14:30). She got annoyed when she saw there was lamb roasting in the oven and left in a huff. She walked out of the front door and has never been seen again. It is known that she made it to her apartment because the jacket she was wearing was there. There was no evidence to indicate Evaís apartment had been disturbed.
About three years before Eva went missing she moved out of her parents home. Colette, Eva's sister, believes Eva was happy up to the time she went missing. Colette said Eva did suffer from depression but she did not believe she committed suicide. She was not on any medication at the time she disappeared. ďI think Eva was happy enough in her own way. Letís put it this way Eva didnít kill herself and bury herself never to be found,Ē she said. She had lunch most days in her parentís home but would also spend her time visiting friends and other family members who lived nearby. She loved dancing but did not have a boyfriend at the time she went missing. Her parents, Davy and Eileen, always looked out for Eva. She was very careful to avoid putting herself at risk when out and about. Eva's parents owned and managed two very successful public houses on Dublinís southside. Her father died on February 28, 2001 at age 81. He was suffering of stomach cancer.
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