Cleveland Police Appeal to Rural/Farming Community for Assistance
Cleveland Police Appeal to Rural/Farming Community for Assistance with Naheed Khan Murder Investigation
Cleveland Police are reaching out to the farming and rural communities for their assistance with the Naheed Khan murder investigation.
Naheed, 43 has been missing since May 2018 and a designated team of officers launched a murder investigation in January last year. Officers are appealing to people in the farming community to come forward if they noticed any suspicious activity on their land May and June 2018. In addition to this, police are asking people to check their outbuildings and land of unusual activity.
Senior Investigating Officer, T/Detective Chief Inspector Mark Dimelow, said: “Naheed has been missing nearly 18 months now and our team are continuing to work to try and find her. Unfortunately, we do believe that Naheed has been murdered and we are appealing to the hard to reach farming communities for their assistance with our search as they may be able to help us with our enquiries. If you do own a plot of land, and have noticed any unusual signs of activity we would urge you to contact us, as your information could help us find Naheen.”
Naheed had links in Stockton, Middlesbrough and Thornaby. She is described as Asian, of slim build and around 5ft 6″ tall, with long dark hair.
Anyone with information is asked to call Cleveland Police on the non-emergency number 101. Alternatively, people can visit https://mipp.police.uk/ and provide information direct to the investigation team.
Independent charity Crimestoppers is now offering up to £10,000 for information they receive that leads to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for the suspected murder of Naheed Khan. Contact Crimestoppers 1000% anonymously on 0800555111 or visit Crimestoppers