Posters Distributed in Search for Missing Naheed Khan

Officers are today, Friday 13th July, distributing posters of 43 year old Thornaby woman Naheed Khan who was reported missing from home on 12th June.

1 Naheed had not been in touch with her family for around three weeks prior to then and they – and police – are increasingly concerned for her welfare.

Naheed often visits Thornaby, Stockton and Middlesbrough town centres but there have not been any recent confirmed sightings of her.

She is 5’6” tall, of slim build and has long black hair.

Detective Inspector Louise Sproson of Stockton Operational Crime Team said: “Despite us conducting on-going inquiries (including issuing numerous appeals for information on Naheed’s whereabouts), we have not been able to locate her and confirm she is safe and well.

“We are putting these posters up in the areas Naheed usually goes, and where she could well have been over the last few weeks.  I would ask people to think back and ask themselves if they have seen Naheed during that time and to contact us as a matter of urgency if they have any information no matter how insignificant it may appear."

Anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police via 101 quoting Event 105247.

Photo caption – Acting Inspector Mark Doherty and PCSO Darren Fletcher handing out posters to local residents in Stockton earlier today.