Sister appeals for help after her brother goes missing in Berlin
His family has asked the public to help find the Irishman.
The family of missing Irishman Shane O'Brien has issued an appeal.
They're concerned about the 26-year-old who has not been seen since October 5th.
He has had "no contact" with anyone since he went missing.
His loved ones urgently need the public's help in finding him and are "extremely concerned" for his safety and welfare.
Shane's sister Gabrielle spoke out about her brother's disappearance.
His sister told The Independent that his family are "concerned but hopeful".
"I talked to him by phone at his hotel on Tuesday evening and he was in great form. There was nothing different about him in any way," she explained.
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The 19-year-old added, "He checked out of the hotel on Wednesday morning, a few days early and that was the last time anyone has seen him or heard from him."
Shane is 6"4 in height with ginger hair.
German police are investigating his disappearance.
Gabrielle added, "We, as a family, are hopeful that he will turn up but obviously we are getting more and more worried with every passing day."
"We love him and we want him home and we just want to know he is ok."
Shane grew up in Navan, Co. Meath, but has been living in Germany for work purposes.
Anyone with information has been urged to contact the police in Germany.
Shane's family has called on the public to help spread the word about his disappearance.