Sudanese woman, 34, goes missing for a week in Bristol as police issue CCTV images of ‘witness’ on his phone

  • Asima Ali-Taha was last seen in Bristol at around 3pm on April 24 
  • She lives in the Redcliffe area of the city but is originally from Sudan 
  • Avon and Somerset Police have issued pictures of a man they want to speak to 

A Sudanese woman has gone missing in Bristol, with police seeking a man pictured on his phone in connection with her disappearance.

Asima Ali-Taha, 34, was last seen in Counterslip, Bristol at around 3pm on April 24.

She is originally from Sudan but lives in the Redcliffe area of the city. 

Avon and Somerset Police have issued CCTV images of a man on his phone they say is a ‘witness’.   

Asima Ali-Taha, 34, was last seen in Counterslip, Bristol at around 3pm on April 24

Avon and Somerset Police have issued CCTV images of a man on his phone they say is a ‘witness’ 

A force spokesman said: ‘Asima is Sudanese and lives in the Redcliffe area of Bristol.

‘She is described as about 5ft 6in and of a large build. She was wearing a black and grey dress and colourful headscarf when last seen.

‘CCTV inquiries as part of our ongoing investigation have identified a male we believe may be a potential witness and could have seen Asima.’

Anyone who sees Ms Ali-Taha is asked to call 999, giving the reference number 5220090433.

Those with information about her or the man pictured should call 101, using the same reference number. 

Pictured: Local police want to speak to this man seen on CCTV on his phone wearing a Nike black sweatshirt  

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