Family of missing Newport teen Nida Naseer make emotional video appeal

South Wales Argus: APPEAL: The family of missing Newport teen Nida Naseer have made a video appeal for her to get in touch APPEAL: The family of missing Newport teen Nida Naseer have made a video appeal for her to get in touch

FOUR weeks after her disappearance, the family of missing Newport teenager Nida Naseer have released an emotional video appeal for the 18-year-old to come home.

In the video posted on YouTube, Nida’s father Naseer Tahir, her mother Najma Tahir and sister Shamyla Naseer appeal for her to get in touch. Her family’s plight is all the more desperate as it will be Nida’s 19th birthday tomorrow.

Nida was last seen at her home on Linton Street in Pill, Newport, at around 8pm on Saturday December 28th. Nida is of Asian-Pakistani appearance and has long dark hair, is slim and is five feet three inches tall. She was last known to be wearing blue jeans and a black top.

Despite numerous appeals, extensive local searches and enquiries including house to house, leaflet drops and CCTV enquiries, Nida has not been found.

Police say a team of officers continue to work on the investigation.

If anyone has information about Nida’s whereabouts they are asked to call 101.

Video appeal from Nida Naseer's mother Najma Tahir and sister Shamyla Naseer:

Video appeal from Nida Naseer's father, Naseer Tahir:

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4:29pm Fri 24 Jan 14

Kevin Ward - Editor says...

I'd like to be able to keep comments open on this story, because someone may have information that could help in the search for Nida.
Unfortunately, we have had to remove the very first comment posted because some people appear to lack basic human decency.
Comments will be closed again if such posts continue.
I'd like to be able to keep comments open on this story, because someone may have information that could help in the search for Nida. Unfortunately, we have had to remove the very first comment posted because some people appear to lack basic human decency. Comments will be closed again if such posts continue. Kevin Ward - Editor

12:14am Sat 25 Jan 14

Templar05 says...

I hope they find her . It certainly is a parents worst nightmare , waiting in vain, knowing if your child is alive and well . My heart felt condolences go to her parents and family ...God Bless !
I hope they find her . It certainly is a parents worst nightmare , waiting in vain, knowing if your child is alive and well . My heart felt condolences go to her parents and family ...God Bless ! Templar05

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