Urgent hunt for man after woman in her 20s ‘raped by stranger on night out in city centre’


    The police have launched a manhunt after a woman on a night out was allegedly raped by a man in Bristol. Avon and Somerset Police said it happened between 3.30am and 4.30am on Sunday, October 30.

    The woman, who is in her 20s, had been at a bar with friends and was making her way home alone when a stranger approached her, according to the force.

    Detectives said a number of people were passing by on foot and in vehicles as the alleged attack happened.

    They are keen to hear from anyone who was in Denmark Street at that time.

    The force also wants to hear from people with dashcams or mobile phone footage of the area at that time.

    If you feel unsafe in a public place, you can report it via the StreetSafe tool.

    The tool helps to inform police forces’ approach to protecting women and girls.

    It also allows the police and their partner organisations to target particular areas of concern.


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