Police are calling for help in locating a missing University of Bristol student, 20. – fr

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Police are calling for help in locating a missing University of Bristol student, 20. – fr


Police call for help in locating missing Bristol University student: Officers ‘extremely concerned’ over 20-year-old man, last seen at home on Saturday

  • Olisa Oukwe, 20, was last seen leaving her home in Redland on Saturday morning
  • The student has not been located since and the police are very concerned
  • Friends and other learners shared information to try to find him
  • Police say anyone with information should call 999 ref 5221094539

Police are “extremely concerned” by the disappearance of a second-year college student who suddenly disappeared on Saturday morning.

Detectives are asking for information after 20-year-old Olisa Odukwe disappeared with her bicycle after leaving her home in Redland, Bristol.

Mr Odukwe, a second-year mechanical student at the city university, has not been seen for more than 48 hours.

An Avon and Somerset Police spokesperson said: “We are extremely concerned about Olisa.

Olisa Odukwe, 20, disappeared with her bicycle after leaving her home in Redland, Bristol

“He was last seen wearing a gray YG hoodie with a photo of a black goat on the front, and black shorts or black joggers. He might have a black racer-style bike with him.

Friends and comrades shared messages and pictures in an attempt to find him or find someone who saw him.

Today, the University of Bristol said it was assisting officers in the hunt and providing all possible information to locate the young man.

They said: We are working closely with the police in their search for one of our students, Olisa Odukwe, last seen leaving her home in Redland on Saturday morning.

Mr Odukwe, a 2nd year mechanical engineering student at Bristol University has been missing for 48 hours

“We ask the public and the university community to be vigilant and to contact the police if they think they have seen it.

“We support Olisa’s friends and family and urge all other affected students to contact our Welfare Services for assistance. ”

Police say anyone with information should call 999 ref 5221094539.

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