Bristol: Police appeal more than 1,000 taxi drivers for footage of Jack O’Sullivan, missing since March | UK News

Police in Bristol have launched an appeal to more than 1,000 taxi drivers in the city for any footage that may help in the search for missing man Jack O’Sullivan.

Jack O’Sullivan, 26, was last seen in the early hours of March 4th in the Bedminster area of Bristol. Since his disappearance, police have been conducting an extensive search for him, but so far have been unable to locate him.

In an effort to gather more information about Jack’s whereabouts, Avon and Somerset Police have reached out to taxi drivers in the city, asking them to check their dashcam footage from the night of March 4th for any sightings of Jack.

Detective Inspector Danielle Underwood, who is leading the investigation, said: “We believe that taxi drivers may have been in the area where Jack was last seen and could have potentially captured footage that could be crucial to our investigation.”

She added: “We are urging any taxi drivers who were working in the Bedminster area in the early hours of March 4th to come forward with any footage they may have, no matter how insignificant it may seem.”

The appeal to taxi drivers comes after a number of other appeals for information, including searches of the area where Jack was last seen and appeals to the public for any information they may have.

Jack is described as being around 5ft 8ins tall, of medium build, with short dark hair and a beard. He was last seen wearing a dark grey jacket, black jeans, and white trainers.

Anyone with information about Jack’s whereabouts is urged to contact Avon and Somerset Police on 101, quoting reference number 5222047141.

The disappearance of Jack O’Sullivan has left his family and friends extremely worried, and they are desperate for any information that may help locate him. The police appeal to taxi drivers is just one of the many avenues being pursued in the search for Jack, and it is hoped that it may provide some vital clues to his whereabouts.