Missing woman Esra Uyrun’s keys turn up in Dublin takeaway
A set of car keys which belong to missing woman Esra Uyrun were discovered in a Dublin takeaway several months after she disappeared, the Herald is reporting today.
Esra, a 38-year-old mother of one has not been seen since she left her house at Collinstown Grove, Clondalkin, at 7:15 am on Wednesday 23 February.
Her car, a grey Renault Twingo with registration number 08 D 23067, was found later that day on the seafront in Bray, Wicklow.
Her sister Berna Fidan, who has campaigned tirelessly to find her sister said she does not believe that her sister drove her car to Bray.
A set of car keys which included a photograph of Esra and her son Emin was discovered before Christmas last year in a chip shop in nearby Neilstown, she said.
Brenda, along with Esra’s husband Ozgur, have joined several garda appeals for assistance in solving the mystery of what happened to the Esra, who was originally from Turkey and spoke with an English accent.
Despite living in London, Brenda regularly travels to Ireland and put up posters of her sister in the hope of sparking someone’s memory.
After she put up a poster in a Neilstown takeaway, she was followed from the shop by the owner who handed car keys to her that had a photograph of Esra and Emin.
The owner informed her that the keys were discovered on the counter of the takeaway before Christmas.
The owner recognised the photo on the keyring after Brenda put up a poster of her sister in the shop.
Gardaí confirmed the keys belonged to the car found in Bray.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Ronanstown Garda Station at 01 – 6667700, Bray Garda Station at 01 – 6665300, or the Garda Confidential Line on 1800 666 111.