Bolton school girl Nazeeba missing

A teenage girl has been missing from her home in Bolton for more than four days.

Nazeeba Hussain, 14, was last seen at her family home on Loxham Street, Great Lever, at about 8:15pm on Monday 15 November 2010.

She is described as Asian, 5ft 2in tall with shoulder-length hair and brown eyes. When last seen school girl Hussain was wearing traditional Asian dress consisting of a black top, orange trousers, grey cardigan, red scarf and red shoes.

Greater Manchester Police are becoming concerned for her welfare due to her age and the fact Hussain has not been missing before. She has no access to money and no change of clothes.

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Somalian mum and kids go missing

By Peter Stanners

MANCHESTER Mouth has learnt that the disappearance of a Somalian mother and her two children from their Manchester home is worrying local police.

Anisa Ibrahim, 30, from Withington, Manchester, and her sons Khalid and Ahmed Abubakar, aged five and three, have not been seen since 6 April 2010.

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Missing: Salford mother and kids

MISSING: Dawodu went missing along with her mother and brother in December 2009

GREATER Manchester Police are appealing for the public’s help in tracing a mother and her two children missing from their home in Salford.

Dorcas Timothy, 34, has not been seen at her flat on Crossfield Road, Barton Moss, since about 10 December 2009.

Her daughter Faith Dawodu, aged eight, has not been seen at school since 7 December 2009.

Timothy, is described as a black woman, 5ft 3in tall, of medium build, with curly hair and brown eyes.

Dawodu is described as a black girl, of slim build and average size for her age.

It is believed that Timothy also has a three-year-old son called Moses, who could be with his mother and sister.

Timothy is originally from South Africa and it is thought that she was living in Holland before her move to England.

Police Constable Julie Wallwork, from Greater Manchester Police’s Salford Division, said: “Our priority is to make sure that Dorcas and her children are safe.

“It is extremely unusual for Faith not to have been in school as her mum normally makes sure she present and punctual and it was this that caused people to alert us they had not been seen for some days.

“If you know where the family is or in fact if, Dorcas, you are reading this, please contact me.”

Anyone with information is asked to call police in Salford on 0161 856 5023.

Rochdale teen Diyar missing

MISSING: Nafisa Diyar disappeared from a Rochdale care home 10 days ago

POLICE want the public’s help locating a 14-year-old black girl who has been missing for more than a week in Rochdale.

Nasifa Diyar was last seen at 7:40pm on Saturday 6 February 2010 when she told staff at Rough Bank Farm care home, Woodside, that she was going outside for a cigarette.

She has not been seen since and police are growing increasingly worried for her welfare.

Diyar is around 5ft 6ins tall and of medium build. She has long black hair – usually tied back in a pony tail – and was last seen wearing a knee length black dress, jeans, a short brown jacket and brown boots.

She is originally from London and has only been living in Rochdale for three months. She is thought to be in either the Rochdale or Oldham area.

Det Chf Ins Graham Stevens said: “I am growing increasingly concerned for the safety of Nafisa as she has not been in contact with her carers for several days.

“Those who know Nafisa describe her as being a friendly outgoing girl who can be easily influenced.

“She is known to have links with the Falinge estate in Rochdale and the Coldhurst estate in Oldham. I would encourage anyone who has seen Nafisa since Saturday 6 February or knows of her current whereabouts, to contact the Police”.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Rochdale CID on 0161 856 4646, or the independent charity, Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

Police need help tracing rape suspect

POLICE want to trace a man charged with rape who failed to attend court.

MISSING: Alwani’s whereabouts remain a mystery after he failed to appear in court

MISSING: Alwani’s whereabouts remain a mystery after he failed to appear in court

Mohamed Alwani, 33, of no fixed address was charged with the rape of a girl under 16 years of age on Friday 2 January 2009.

A trial date was set for Tuesday 28 July 2009, however Alwani did not attend court.

Detective Constable Neil Wilson of Salford CID said: “Alwani was charged with the offence but did not turn up for his trial.

“We have tried a number of ways to trace him but now we need the public’s help.

“If you recognise Alwani or know his current whereabouts please get in touch.”

Anyone with information should call police on 0161 856 5351, through Greater Manchester Police’s Wanted Website www.gmp.police.uk/wanted or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

Pensioner missing

Have you seen this woman?: Eveline Kuzio, 81, went missing yesterday.

Have you seen this woman?: Eveline Kuzio, 81, went missing yesterday.

Police are appealing for the public’s help to trace a pensioner missing from her home in Ashton-in-Makerfield.

Eveline Martha Kuzio, aged 81, suffers from dementia and was last seen at her home on Greenfields Crescent at about 11.30pm on Monday 28 September 2009.

She left her house wearing a purple or black fleece jacket, black jumper and green trousers. She often wears a wooly hat.

She is white, 4ft 10in tall of slim build with short grey hair.

Inspector Brian Sheeran, based at Wigan police station, said: “It has been a miserable night and if Eveline has been unable to find shelter will be extremely cold and wet.

“We are doing all we can to find her but if anyone has seen her, or perhaps helped her in anyway, I am eager to hear from you.”

Anyone who may have seen Eveline is asked to call Greater Manchester Police on 0161 872 5050.