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Police release CCTV image in hunt for missing Bradford woman
Police today released this CCTV image of the last known sighting of a woman who has gone missing in Bradford.
The photograph shows Anita Racz, 41, leaving her home in Bolton Road to go to work at about 8.30am on May 1.
She is described as white, approximately 5ft 5in tall, with long blonde hair and glasses. She was wearing black leggings and a khaki coloured jacket.
Detectives believe Miss Racz, a Hungarian national, walked from her house to Forster Square Railway Station, where she got on to the 'free city bus' at 8.41am.
They want to hear from anyone who waited with her at the bus stop, travelled on the bus with her or anyone who saw where she got off.
Detective Inspector Stuart Lyons, of Bradford District CID, said: "We are keen to hear from anyone who saw Anita either at the bus stop, on the bus or any time after she arrived in the city centre.
"It has now been a week since Anita was last seen and we and her family are extremely concerned for her welfare.
"Her disappearance is completely out of character, and as far as we know she had no money on her and no means of transport.
"We are doing all we can to locate her, but we are also appealing to the public to help us in our search.”
Anyone with any information should call 101.