MISSING TAPIWA’S FINAL MOVEMENTS
Zimbabwean student, Tapiwa Matuwi has not been seen for six weeks in Wales. Police have released CCTV showing Tapiwa’s final known movements.
Tapiwa (21) went missing in the early hours of February 7 following a night out in Swansea city centre.
Tapi, who is 6ft, with distinctive black and orange hair, is first seen entering a McDonalds on Oxford Street with a friend in the early hours of Thursday. His last known sighting is at 7:06am behind Swansea Yacht Club.
Detective Inspector Matthew Davies said police have identified a number of people captured in the footage but are hoping by releasing the CCTV, more people will come forward with information.
We’re releasing this footage in case it helps to jog anyone’s memory from that morning and I’d urge anyone who thinks they have information which may help – however insignificant it may seem – to come forward.
Tapi has now been missing for five weeks, and it has been an agonising time for his family and friends who have been fully supportive of our investigation and have also been searching continuously for him.
– DETECTIVE INSPECTOR MATTHEW DAVIES, SOUTH WALES POLICE
His father, Munyaradza Zvada, has previously pleaded with the public for more information about the whereabouts of his son.He said not knowing has left his family broken.
Tapi was last seen wearing a black baseball cap with red logo, a red jacket with Bieber written in white on the reverse, and a white hoodie underneath. He was also wearing dark blue jeans, and high-top shoes.
This CCTV footage shows the last known movements of missing Swansea student Tapiwa Matuwi.Have you seen Tapi?Read more: bit.ly/2UDvqNR
Gepostet von ITV Wales am Freitag, 15. März 2019
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