Dean McCann's sister pays tribute to her late brother
Dean's body was found in Galway on Sunday, February 13th.
The sister of Dean McCann has paid tribute to her brother after his body was found on Sunday.
Earlier this month, Dean's family reported him missing.
He was last seen on February 6th in Eyre Square, Co. Galway.
Gardaí stood down the search after a body was found during the investigation.
It is believed Dean's body was discovered in Dangan, Co. Galway.
Gardaí confirmed, "Following the recovery of a body in Dangan, Co. Galway on Sunday, 13th February 2022, the missing person appeal in respect of Dean McCann, 28 years, has been stood down."
Following the heartbreaking news, Dean's sister Tara penned a moving tribute to her brother.
Alongside a photo of Dean, she wrote: "Our amazing Dean. My big brother.
She added, "The light of our lives.. always and forever."
Tara had shared numerous public appeals during the investigation.
Only days ago she wrote about what a kind and caring person her brother was.
"When he lived abroad he called my mam every single day, she has never gone a day without hearing her first baby’s voice," she shared.
She praised her brother and described him as a caring person who "wanted to help people in need".
"He is so kind-hearted and we love him more than anything. I can’t believe we’re waking up to another day without him.
"Even when I’m trying my best looking for him I expect him to just walk by or sit down beside me."
We are keeping Tara and all of Dean's loved ones in our thoughts during this devastating time.