Police have launched an attraction to establish a person who base jumped from a suspension bridge and wasted emergency providers’ time as they looked for him.
The person jumped from the Clifton Suspension Bridge shortly after 9.30am on 18 July, Avon and Somerset Police mentioned.
It was initially unclear whether or not he had landed safely, main the police, fireplace service, ambulance service and coastguard to deploy assets to search for him.
The Portway beneath the bridge was additionally closed for practically two hours till CCTV revealed the person had used a parachute.
“We’re interesting for the general public’s assist to establish a person in a CCTV picture we’re releasing,” a spokesperson for the pressure mentioned.
“We might like to talk to him about an incident wherein a person BASE jumped off the Clifton Suspension Bridge shortly after 9.30pm on Sunday, 18 July.
“On the time of the incident it was unclear whether or not the person had landed safely which led to vital assets from the police, fireplace service, ambulance service and the coastguard deploying to the realm to seek for him.
“The Portway, which runs beneath the bridge, was additionally closed for nearly two hours till a evaluate of CCTV revealed the person had used a parachute.
“Officers are subsequently treating it as a public nuisance incident.
“If you happen to recognise the person within the CCTV picture please cellphone 101 and supply the decision handler with the reference 5221162566.”