£10,000 reward for information that leads to finding the body of Teesside woman Naheed Khan

A £10,000 reward is being offered for information that helps find the body of a Teesside mother, who police believe has been murdered.

Naheed Khan from Thornaby went missing in May last year, shortly before becoming a grandmother for the first time.

Crimestoppers is offering the cash reward as an incentive for information on where the 43-year-old's body may be located.

This is such a sad case and our hearts go out to family and friends affected by Naheed’s suspicious disappearance.

Ruth McNee, Crimestoppers
Naheed Khan pictured with her mother when she was a child Credit: Family photo

In January 2019, Detectives from Cleveland Police released a detailed timeline of her possible movements in central Middlesbrough before she was reported missing.

4 May 2018

  • 1am - 1:30am: Potential sighting of Naheed on Linthorpe Road at the junction with Southfield Road and Princes Road

  • 5.33pm: Naheed's bank account was accessed at the Barclays cash machine at Asda Thornaby

  • 9:30pm: Potential sighting of Naheed near to the ROAB (Buffs) Club on Wilton Street in Middlesbrough

  • 11:10pm: Potential witness sighting by a taxi driver picking up a fare on Angle Street going to Wicklow Street in Middlesbrough

6 May 2018

  • 12:24am: Naheed's bank account was accessed at the Post Office at Park Lane Garage in Middlesbrough

  • 5:04pm: Naheed's bank account was accessed at the cash machine outside Adils Pizzeria at the junction between Marton Road and Southfield Road in Middlesbrough.

The site on Marton Road in Middlesbrough is close to where Naheed was last seen Credit: ITV Tyne Tees

On 15 March 2019, the search for Naheed focused on a disused underground carpark on Marton Road in Middlesbrough.

Months later, on 4 November 2019, police released images of light blue Ford Focus they wanted more information on. Police believe Ms Khan may have travelled in the vehicle at the end of April to early May 2018,

Officers believe the vehicle may have been up for sale in Middlesbrough Credit: Cleveland Police