A plea to help find Ross McDonnell, the cinematographer for the documentary "No Stone Unturned," has been issued in New York.
The Emmy Award-winning Dublin native was last seen on November 4. His bike, which was locked, was discovered at Fort Tilden Beach in Queens on November 7.
McDonnell is 44, 5’9” with an athletic build and has what is described as an Irish accent.
He was last seen wearing a red puffy Northface vest, black Northface backpack, black and white sneakers, and dark colored khaki pants.
Anyone with information is asked to call Gene at (646)281-0624.
My good friend and amazing photographer and film maker Ross McDonnell is missing in seas off NYC. 💔 He is from Howth in Dublin but has travelled the world … and some ….capturing the lives of many. Emmy award winning, compassionate, humble and so many plans. 💔 💔 @ioangrillo pic.twitter.com/XcpMu7bvKt— Nicola Tallant (@nicolatallantsw) November 12, 2023
McDonnell's work on "No Stone Unturned," focused on the June 18, 1994 gun attack on the Heights Bar in the village of Loughinisland, County Down. Eleven men who had been watching the Ireland versus Italy World Cup soccer game were shot dead. Six died including an 87-year-old man.