South West Wales

Police urgently seek Polish pair missing from Swansea

Police say they are concerned for the safety of two Polish nationals from Swansea who have not been seen since the weekend.

Dorota Wisniewski, 30, was last seen on Saturday evening while Thomas Wisniewski, 34, has not been seen since Sunday morning.

Detectives said it was "imperative" that contact was made urgently.

An incident room has been set up and police are urging anyone with information to get in touch.

Det Ch Insp Peter Azzopardi said: "As a result of our concerns, an incident room has been set up at Morriston police station and I am appealing for anyone who may have any contact details or knows of their whereabouts to come forward.

"It is imperative that we make urgent contact with one or both of these individuals or anyone who may know their contact details or whereabouts."

Ms Wisniewski was last seen on 2100 BST on Saturday and was wearing a white top, black jacket, jeans and a dark baseball cap.

She is white, of slim build, has blue eyes and long mousy brown hair which is tied back. She speaks very little English.

Mr Wisniewski, who was last seen at 0810 BST on Sunday, is white, with short brown hair, brown eyes and of small build. He is 1.75 m (5ft 9in) and around 80kg (12st 8lb) in weight.

He was wearing a black t-shirt and blue jeans. He also speaks very little English.

Police said they were from the Morriston area of Swansea.

Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101 or call independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555111.

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