The PSNI in Derry have issued what is believed to be the final image of 25-year-old Conall Kerrigan, the young man whose remains were located at Bank Place in the city.
Police say they have issued the picture as Mr Kerrigan is wearing the clothes that he had on when found in an effort to refresh the memories of people who may have seen the young Claudy man.
A PSNI statement said: “This is a picture of Conall Kerrigan taken on the night he went out, wearing the clothes he was last seen in. Detectives at Strand Road would like to hear from anyone who saw him on the city walls or in the Foyle Street area.”
The funeral of 25-year-old Conall Kerrigan, whose body was found in Derry city centre at the weekend, will take place tomorrow-Thursday, August 27.
The 25-year-old from Claudy, had been on a night out in the city with team mates from John Mitchells GAA Club when he went missing. Police have since said that no crime took place in relation to his death.
His body was found in Bank Place at around 10.20pm on Sunday, approximately 20 hours after he was seen leaving the nearby Metro Bar.
Conall’s remains were removed from Bradley & McLaughlin Funeral Home in Derry at 6pm On Wednesday evening to his parents’ home at Brechanlea, Claudy.
His Requiem Mass will take place in the local St Patrick’s Church at 11am on Thursday.
He will be laid to rest immediately afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.