Gardaí have renewed their appeal to the public for assistance in tracing a 41-year-old Icelandic man who has been missing from Dublin for more than two weeks.

CCTV footage of Jon Jonsson has also been released to assist in the investigation. The case was highlighted on tonight's Crimecall programme.

The father of four was last seen in the Whitehall area of Dublin at around 11am on Saturday, 9 February.

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A dozen of Mr Jonsson's family members travelled from Iceland to assist in a search for him, including his mother Hanna.

Mr Jonsson was in Dublin with his fiancée for a poker tournament and a general visit to the city. He arrived in Dublin on Friday 8 February and his fiancée arrived the following day.

He left the Bonnington Hotel on the Saturday, and the last sighting of him was walking on the Swords Road close to Highfield Hospital.

Speaking on Crimecall, Jon's brother Daniel described him as "the glue of the family".

Mr Jonsson left his belongings at his hotel, including his passport and wallet.