Police in Nida Naseer search find body at Newport wetlands

South Wales Argus: Nida Naseer Nida Naseer

POLICE searching for missing Newport teenager, Nida Naseer have confirmed a body has been found this morning.

Gwent Police were called by a member of the public to the Newport Wetlands site on West Nash Road at 10am where the body was discovered.

A spokeswoman for Gwent Police told the Argus: “We were called to the Gwent Wetlands site on West Nash Road at 10am this morning where a body was discovered. It has yet to be identified.

“The death is being treated as unexplained and a post-mortem examination is due to take place.

“Nida’s family has been informed that a body has been discovered and we continue to give them support. We have told the family that the body has yet to be identified.”

Miss Naseer, 19, vanished wearing no shoes and no coat outside her Linton Street home in Pill after putting out bins on December 28 at 8pm.

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3:08pm Thu 27 Mar 14

varteg1 says...

If it transpires to be Nida, Or whoever for that matter) it's a sad day for family and friends.

If Nida, then we need to discover the circumstances that sees a young woman found some distance from her home, wearing house clothing only, and without street footwear. I cannot personally see her simply walking out in to a wetland area, because of I belivbe to have been a slight domestic argument.

It seems very peculiar and suspicious as to how she got where found.
If it transpires to be Nida, Or whoever for that matter) it's a sad day for family and friends. If Nida, then we need to discover the circumstances that sees a young woman found some distance from her home, wearing house clothing only, and without street footwear. I cannot personally see her simply walking out in to a wetland area, because of I belivbe to have been a slight domestic argument. It seems very peculiar and suspicious as to how she got where found. varteg1
  • Score: 46

3:32pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Mr Bump. says...

I get the feeling the Police know a lot more than they are letting on, they were searching the Nash, lysaghts, Corpa rd area not long after the poor girl went missing. RIP.
I get the feeling the Police know a lot more than they are letting on, they were searching the Nash, lysaghts, Corpa rd area not long after the poor girl went missing. RIP. Mr Bump.
  • Score: 30

3:36pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Gweneira says...

What awful news. I should imagine in the days and weeks to come, we will possibly get to learn more about her disappearance and how her body was found in such tragic circumstances. For the sake of Nida, I truly hope no foul play was involved. RIP beautiful girl.
What awful news. I should imagine in the days and weeks to come, we will possibly get to learn more about her disappearance and how her body was found in such tragic circumstances. For the sake of Nida, I truly hope no foul play was involved. RIP beautiful girl. Gweneira
  • Score: 41

4:45pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Vauxfiat says...

Hoping that the POlice I.D the body soon.
This is a tense time for the family and our thoughts go out to all affected
There was something going on by the bridge opposite Lysaght's this morning. Police and Fire Service peering over the side into the river...Wonder if this was connected?
Hoping that the POlice I.D the body soon. This is a tense time for the family and our thoughts go out to all affected There was something going on by the bridge opposite Lysaght's this morning. Police and Fire Service peering over the side into the river...Wonder if this was connected? Vauxfiat
  • Score: 12

7:25pm Thu 27 Mar 14

Monmouthshire Merlin says...

varteg1 wrote:
If it transpires to be Nida, Or whoever for that matter) it's a sad day for family and friends.

If Nida, then we need to discover the circumstances that sees a young woman found some distance from her home, wearing house clothing only, and without street footwear. I cannot personally see her simply walking out in to a wetland area, because of I belivbe to have been a slight domestic argument.

It seems very peculiar and suspicious as to how she got where found.
BBC Wales report that the body was washed up on salt marsh.
I sincerely hope that this is a tragic accident. Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends.
[quote][p][bold]varteg1[/bold] wrote: If it transpires to be Nida, Or whoever for that matter) it's a sad day for family and friends. If Nida, then we need to discover the circumstances that sees a young woman found some distance from her home, wearing house clothing only, and without street footwear. I cannot personally see her simply walking out in to a wetland area, because of I belivbe to have been a slight domestic argument. It seems very peculiar and suspicious as to how she got where found.[/p][/quote]BBC Wales report that the body was washed up on salt marsh. I sincerely hope that this is a tragic accident. Our thoughts and prayers go to the family and friends. Monmouthshire Merlin
  • Score: 10

6:25am Fri 28 Mar 14

bladerunner says...

Very sad but at least the family can have closure now rip my lovely
Very sad but at least the family can have closure now rip my lovely bladerunner
  • Score: 6

10:38am Fri 28 Mar 14

Oriel Bufton says...

I think this case is very suspicious all round. I won't voice my thoughts or opinion on it as you're not allowed to do that without being attacked by people who don't agree with you. The people who think they have a monopoly on 'opinions' But....there's a lot more to this than meets the eye, and I've said so ever since she disappeared. What girl goes out to put out the bins, no shoes, no coat, and then disappears? All very fishy.
I think this case is very suspicious all round. I won't voice my thoughts or opinion on it as you're not allowed to do that without being attacked by people who don't agree with you. The people who think they have a monopoly on 'opinions' But....there's a lot more to this than meets the eye, and I've said so ever since she disappeared. What girl goes out to put out the bins, no shoes, no coat, and then disappears? All very fishy. Oriel Bufton
  • Score: 9

11:07am Fri 28 Mar 14

wayne66 says...

varteg1 wrote:
If it transpires to be Nida, Or whoever for that matter) it's a sad day for family and friends. If Nida, then we need to discover the circumstances that sees a young woman found some distance from her home, wearing house clothing only, and without street footwear. I cannot personally see her simply walking out in to a wetland area, because of I belivbe to have been a slight domestic argument. It seems very peculiar and suspicious as to how she got where found.
god bless if its the girl from newport and her family
[quote][p][bold]varteg1[/bold] wrote: If it transpires to be Nida, Or whoever for that matter) it's a sad day for family and friends. If Nida, then we need to discover the circumstances that sees a young woman found some distance from her home, wearing house clothing only, and without street footwear. I cannot personally see her simply walking out in to a wetland area, because of I belivbe to have been a slight domestic argument. It seems very peculiar and suspicious as to how she got where found.[/p][/quote]god bless if its the girl from newport and her family wayne66
  • Score: 3

11:10am Fri 28 Mar 14

wayne66 says...

i hope they get the person or persons who did this to this young girl who had a life a head of her i send my condoluns to her family and freinds
i hope they get the person or persons who did this to this young girl who had a life a head of her i send my condoluns to her family and freinds wayne66
  • Score: 3

12:31pm Fri 28 Mar 14

cymruamblyth says...

Oriel Bufton wrote:
I think this case is very suspicious all round. I won't voice my thoughts or opinion on it as you're not allowed to do that without being attacked by people who don't agree with you. The people who think they have a monopoly on 'opinions' But....there's a lot more to this than meets the eye, and I've said so ever since she disappeared. What girl goes out to put out the bins, no shoes, no coat, and then disappears? All very fishy.
Oriel I agree must people I have spoken to seem to think it was more serious than the police are letting on.. Like you most of us remain silent due to a few sad and lonely individuals who eat sleep and breath this forum.. These individuals have no coherent arguments or anything intelligent to say so instead threaten and abuse, swear and post childish personnel insults and make attack on other members they have issues with
[quote][p][bold]Oriel Bufton[/bold] wrote: I think this case is very suspicious all round. I won't voice my thoughts or opinion on it as you're not allowed to do that without being attacked by people who don't agree with you. The people who think they have a monopoly on 'opinions' But....there's a lot more to this than meets the eye, and I've said so ever since she disappeared. What girl goes out to put out the bins, no shoes, no coat, and then disappears? All very fishy.[/p][/quote]Oriel I agree must people I have spoken to seem to think it was more serious than the police are letting on.. Like you most of us remain silent due to a few sad and lonely individuals who eat sleep and breath this forum.. These individuals have no coherent arguments or anything intelligent to say so instead threaten and abuse, swear and post childish personnel insults and make attack on other members they have issues with cymruamblyth
  • Score: 4

11:30am Sat 29 Mar 14

Oriel Bufton says...

I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.
I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become. Oriel Bufton
  • Score: 3

3:48pm Sat 29 Mar 14

varteg1 says...

Oriel Bufton wrote:
I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.
My feelings exactly.
[quote][p][bold]Oriel Bufton[/bold] wrote: I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.[/p][/quote]My feelings exactly. varteg1
  • Score: 1

4:48pm Sun 30 Mar 14

Helen16 says...

varteg1 wrote:
Oriel Bufton wrote:
I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.
My feelings exactly.
My thoughts on this are there's much more to this than meets the eye. Firstly she couldn't of left home on a cold wet winters night with out shoes or a coat. Then there's the fact she also left without money or a phone. No young person goes out willingly without any of these items. I wouldn't be surprised If she had gone missing before it was reported. Whoever is responsible will be caught and dealt with according to British law. I'm thinking it's gonna be someone she knew well and trusted.
[quote][p][bold]varteg1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oriel Bufton[/bold] wrote: I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.[/p][/quote]My feelings exactly.[/p][/quote]My thoughts on this are there's much more to this than meets the eye. Firstly she couldn't of left home on a cold wet winters night with out shoes or a coat. Then there's the fact she also left without money or a phone. No young person goes out willingly without any of these items. I wouldn't be surprised If she had gone missing before it was reported. Whoever is responsible will be caught and dealt with according to British law. I'm thinking it's gonna be someone she knew well and trusted. Helen16
  • Score: 2

9:12am Sun 13 Apr 14

varteg1 says...

Helen16 wrote:
varteg1 wrote:
Oriel Bufton wrote:
I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.
My feelings exactly.
My thoughts on this are there's much more to this than meets the eye. Firstly she couldn't of left home on a cold wet winters night with out shoes or a coat. Then there's the fact she also left without money or a phone. No young person goes out willingly without any of these items. I wouldn't be surprised If she had gone missing before it was reported. Whoever is responsible will be caught and dealt with according to British law. I'm thinking it's gonna be someone she knew well and trusted.
Whatever the final outcome of any investigation, as a father to four daughters I am always concerned when a young girl is involved to the point of death.

To be honest, I never knew the girl, nor am I really concerned about her ethnicity or religion, but I have to say her face in the photographs haunts me
I feel for the loss as though she was one of my own.

I often wonder if I could somehow have prior knowledge of the fate of such girls, I would be able then to step in and protect them as any father would do.

My suspicions over her disappearance and untimely end I keep to myself, I just hope the cops do a thorough job in investigating the matter, disregarding any worries they may have over her background, with all that could imply.
[quote][p][bold]Helen16[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]varteg1[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Oriel Bufton[/bold] wrote: I really do feel sad for her family, it's an awful outcome after waiting in hope for so long. But....she didn't just go to put out the bins in bare feet, and no coat. There is a lot we don't know here. The more I hear about it the more suspicious I become.[/p][/quote]My feelings exactly.[/p][/quote]My thoughts on this are there's much more to this than meets the eye. Firstly she couldn't of left home on a cold wet winters night with out shoes or a coat. Then there's the fact she also left without money or a phone. No young person goes out willingly without any of these items. I wouldn't be surprised If she had gone missing before it was reported. Whoever is responsible will be caught and dealt with according to British law. I'm thinking it's gonna be someone she knew well and trusted.[/p][/quote]Whatever the final outcome of any investigation, as a father to four daughters I am always concerned when a young girl is involved to the point of death. To be honest, I never knew the girl, nor am I really concerned about her ethnicity or religion, but I have to say her face in the photographs haunts me I feel for the loss as though she was one of my own. I often wonder if I could somehow have prior knowledge of the fate of such girls, I would be able then to step in and protect them as any father would do. My suspicions over her disappearance and untimely end I keep to myself, I just hope the cops do a thorough job in investigating the matter, disregarding any worries they may have over her background, with all that could imply. varteg1
  • Score: 1

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