Family to launch new appeal for missing woman in Bristol
Joanna Yeates, a landscape architect, has not been seen since 17 December when she went to a pub with colleagues.
Ms Yeates, originally from Hampshire, is then thought to have returned to the flat she shares with her boyfriend, as receipts from shops were found there.
Ms Yeates was last seen leaving the Ram pub on Park Street at about 2000 GMT. Detectives believe she then went back to her home in Canynge Road in the Clifton area.
She was reported missing by her boyfriend, Greg Reardon, on Sunday after he returned to Bristol from a visit to his family in Sheffield.
Officers are examining Mr Reardon’s phone and laptop as part of their investigation. Police say Mr Reardon is not a suspect in Ms Yeates’ disappearance.
Detectives have also been examining CCTV footage for clues.
Detective Superintendent Mark Saunders said:
“You can see lots of people walking up and down and vehicles driving up and down on Friday night and the early hours of Saturday morning.
“We’d really like to get hold of any of those people because if anyone was in that street [Canynge Road], even if you didn’t think you saw anything you might be able to help.”
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