Swansea graduate went missing on February 7
Detectives searching for missing graduate Tapiwa Matuwi have today issued CCTV footage of his last known movements.
Twenty-one-year-old Tapi, as he is known, went missing in the early hours of Thursday, February 7, following a night out in Swansea city centre.
The footage begins with Tapi, who is 6ft, with distinctive black and orange hair, entering McDonalds on Oxford Street with a friend. He is later captured outside McDonalds heading towards Caer Street, New Cut Road and near Sainsbury’s on Quay Parade.
The last known sighting is at Swansea Yacht Club at 7.06am on Thursday, February 7.
Detective Inspector Matthew Davies said: “We have a team dedicated to this investigation who have carried out extensive CCTV enquiries and spoken to a number of potential witnesses.
“We’ve identified a number of people captured in the footage however, we know that there are other potential unidentified witnesses, including dog walkers and joggers, in the Marina area at the same time we see Tapi on CCTV at the Yacht Club.
“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.
“They are being updated and supported throughout the investigation and our thoughts, as always, remain with them at this extremely difficult time.”