Twenty-five year-old mother of two, Paiche Unyolo's remains were discovered at Brenor Bridge, Piltown, Kilkenny on July 23rd 2004.
Originally from Malawi, Paiche had been living in Ireland since 1999. She was married with two young children and living in Waterford when she went missing earlier that month
- Paiche's sister Lucy Unyolo comes to Ireland to make appeal
It's like 2004 the same feeling. How can somebody take a human being and throw her down the river and leave her there? It's lonely, it's cold, it's cold, it's lonely.
We came to this spot just to see where they found the body, but they told us not to see the body because it was badly decomposed and the head was decapitated. So she had no head. I just need some answers, somebody who knows what happened to her (and) we just need some answers please. We just need some answers from someone to tell us what happened to her.
Barry Corcoran from Wicklow was last seen on the 7th of July last. Thirty-nine year old Barry travelled up from Wicklow town where he lived with his brother, on the 6th of July to visit friends in Dublin city. CCTV shows Barry at various times throughout that day. His family and Gardaí are very concerned for his welfare.
Barry's sister Linda made an appeal on Crimecall to anyone who had information to help her family by letting the Gardaí know.
On August the 25th, 2015 at approximately 3.25pm a cash-in-transit van was targeted when refilling the ATM machine at the Maxol Garage in Navan. A raider threatened the security guard and made away with a cashbox. The car used in the raid, a green Honda CR-V was discovered burnt out close to the scene. The cashbox was found at around 4:20pm in Bealing Wood Estate, Tyrellstown, Dublin 15.
Two victims of crime work with Garda photographic unit to generate EvoFITs of the suspects.
- Robbery with a Firearm, Springdale Road, Raheny Dublin 5
At 9pm approximately on Saturday the 6th of June 2015 a man was robbed on Springdale Road, Raheny. The suspect started trying to talk to the man he then took out a silver handgun and robbed the man, and fled in the direction of Tonlegee Road.
The raider is described as 5'11" " in height, with a thin build, black hair with a Dublin accent he was wearing a cream anorak.
- Burglary and False Imprisonment, in Pimlico, Dublin 8
At approximately 7.30pm on Tuesday the 10th of March 2015 a man arrived at an elderly woman's front door on John Street South in Pimlico. He told her she had won a prize at a draw in the local pub but when she grew suspicious he pushed her into her house, grabbed her by the neck and demanded money from her. He grabbed her handbag and put her into her bathroom and fled the scene.
Next Crimecall is on Monday 19th October 2015, at 9.35pm on RTÉ One