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Police issue video appeal as concerns grow for missing Somaiya Begum

West Yorkshire Police have released a video appeal for missing Bradford woman, Somaiya Begum.

The video released by West Yorkshire Police on Twitter features Detective Chief Inspector Marc Bowes urging people who may have seen anything unusual to come forward to help the police.

Detective Chief Inspector Marc Bowes, said: “I’d like to appeal to anybody that may have been in that location, on or around the weekend of the 25th or the 26th that may have seen anything unusual to make contact with us.

“I’d also like to appeal directly to ‘Saima’, if she’s watching this appeal, please get in contact in whichever way you feel most suitable.”

Detective Chief Inspector Marc Bowes went on to assure the community of Bradford and West Yorkshire, that the police were doing everything they can to locate Somaiya with a ‘significant resource allocated to finding her’.

Somaiya Begum is described as an Asian female of slim build with black hair. She was last seen wearing black denim jeans, a black top, and a black head scarf at her home on Binnie Street on Saturday the 25 June 2022, at approximately 2pm.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police via the live chat options at www.westyorkshire.police.uk/contactus or 101 or in an emergency 999 quoting log 764 of 26 June.

Information can also be given to Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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