Police mase a number of arrests in connection with disappearance of missing Bradford woman

Police mase a number of arrests in connection with disappearance of missing Bradford woman

In connection with the disappearance of a missing Bradford lady, police have made a number of arrests.

On Wednesday, officers were spotted securing industrial properties as part of a probe into the disappearance of 20-year-old Somaiya Begum.

Authorities have erected a tent at one of the industrial facilities on Thornbury Road, right off Leeds Road and across from the Islamic Cultural and Educational Association Mosque.

Begum was last seen at her Binnie Street residence about two o’clock on Saturday.

A slim-built Asian woman with black hair was how the cops characterized her.

She hasn’t been seen or heard from since she vanished, and neither have there been any verifiable sightings.

Black denim trousers, a black shirt, and a black head scarf were the last things she was spotted wearing.

She vanished, and police are still investigating why.

Numerous scenes are set up around the district as a result of the extensive investigations that are being conducted.

West Yorkshire Police forensic officers and cadaver dogs search shipping containers in Bradford in relation to the missing Bradford woman Somaiya Begum who has not been seen since Saturday afternoon

Information can be given to 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 via 0800 555 111.

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