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Missing Annie Bridget McCarrick
McCarrick, circa 1993
Missing Since 03/26/1993
Classification Endangered Missing
Date of Birth Used 03/27/1966 (55)
Age 26 years old
Height and Weight 5'8, 140 pounds
Clothing/Jewelry Description A dark-colored tweed jacket and oxblood-colored cowboy boots. Carrying a tan shoulder bag.
Distinguishing Characteristics Caucasian female. Brown hair. McCarrick has a pronounced American accent.
She had been to the pub before; it's a popular venue. After her disappearance, multiple people who'd been there that night recognized her picture in the newspapers and came forward with their information. The sighting is believed to be credible, but it hasn't been confirmed.
McCarrick has never been seen or heard from again, and police believe she was murdered. Several other women went missing or were murdered in and around Dublin during this period; investigators think there was a serial killer operating in the area and McCarrick may have been one of his victims.
Two suspects in her presumed death were identified in 2008. Neither of them have been publicly named, but both of them lived in the Wicklow area in 1993 and neither of them have criminal records.
A private investigator hired by McCarrick's father, however, believes she was never at Johnnie Fox's Pub on the night of her disappearance, because he doesn't think she wouldn't have walked that far in the rain to get there. The evening was cold and wet, and McCarrick would have had to walk six kilometers, or 3.73 miles, from the bus stop to the pub.
The investigator puts credence in another sighting of McCarrick, by an employee of a small coffee shop called Poppies. The witness, who worked at Poppies at the time and is now deceased, believed she saw McCarrick with a man on the afternoon of her disappearance. The man paid for McCarrick to purchase a snack, and the two of them left. The private investigator believes this man, whom he thinks he has identified, may have killed McCarrick.
McCarrick was born and raised in Long Island, New York but moved to Ireland in 1987. She studied at St. Patrick's Training College in Drumcondra, Dublin, and later at St. Patrick's College in Maynooth. She went back to America in 1990 to get a master's degree, but returned to Ireland in January 1993 to settle.
The Charley Project is profiling McCarrick's case because she is an American citizen. She is described as an outgoing but naive, trusting woman.
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