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Relative questioned in missing woman’s case

Friday, January 15, 2016

A 52-year-old relative of missing mother of three, Hassina Sarah Khan, was being questioned yesterday at the Couva Police Station in connection with Khan’s disappearance.

Khan, 41, of Dow Village, Couva, was last seen alive on Tuesday morning near her workplace, Universal Foods Limited, in Point Lisas. 

Relatives said Khan was attempting to get child custody and a restraining order to protect herself.

It is alleged that the relative was living abroad and had the same issue with another woman and reportedly “changed his name.”

However, in a brief interview yesterday, relatives who rallied at the police station said they were there to show their support and get answers.

“Everybody is here and we hoping that he will answer all the questions. All he doing is crying,” one said. 

The relative said that Khan was allegedly being stalked by an ex-lover and she had an ongoing child custody matter in court involving their five-year-old daughter and was attempting to get a restraining order.

“We put out flyers and we searching for her. She was living separately and he was stalking and following her and was very abusive. She attempted to get a restraining order but it (the matter) was put off,” she said.

If anyone has information on Khan’s whereabouts contact the Couva Police Station at 636-2333.


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