Missing teen 'angered' at scuppered University plans
A teenager who disappeared outside her home in Newport, Wales, after taking out the rubbish was "angered" that her status as an asylum seeker meant she could not attend University, police said. Nida Ul-Naseer, 18, of Newport, disappeared in December.
Nida went missing from her home on Saturday December 28th last year. The initial post mortem has yet to be concluded and police said he death remains unexplained. Superintendent Mark Warrender said:
"This is an extremely tragic case and our sincere condolences remain with the family. Since Nida went missing we have remained hopeful that she would be found safe and well and reunited with her family."
Police searching for missing teenager Nida Ul-Naseer, who vanished on 28 December after taking the rubbish out at her home in Newport say her disappearance remains a mystery, ITV News Correspondent Rupert Evelyn has tweeted from a police press conference.
Nida Ul-Naseer was angered by the fact that her status as an asylum seeker in the UK scuppered her plans to go to university, the press conference was told.