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UK FATIMA HASSANI: Missing from Manchester, England - 11 May 1995 - Age 16

Discussion in 'Europe: Missing & Unidentified' started by Scorpio, Aug 1, 2017.

  1. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member

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  2. Scorpio

    Scorpio Bronze Member



    Missing: Fatima Hassani

    The list of Manchester's homeless people runs into hundreds annually. Some run away leaving their families in anguish. Fatima was 16 when she left her parents' home in Medlock. That was ten years ago.
      • Age when missing: 16
      • Last seen: her parents' home in Medlock, Manchester
      • When: May 1995
      • Description: 5ft 5ins tall, medium build, black hair & dark brown eyes
      • Other characteristics: of Middle Eastern appearance
    Fatima left her parents’ home in Medlock, Greater Manchester, in May 1995, at the age of 16. Since then, the only contact her family have had was a phone call a month after her disappearance.

    Fatima’s mother, Khadijeh Torbati, said: "I was in the kitchen and my children picked up the phone and she was crying on the phone and saying I miss you and when they called me to come she’d already hung up."

    "My children picked up the phone and she was crying on the phone and saying I miss you and when they called me to come she’d already hung up"
    Khadijeh Torbati

    Since then her family have heard nothing from her and her mum in particular is worried that Fatima could be unhappy and may be frightened of calling home. She wants her to know that she would love to hear from her and know that her daughter is safe.

    "I haven't had a chance to talk to her to say: 'No - please come back. I tried to do my best'" said Khadijeh. Fatima would now be 26 years old. At the time, she was a student, and may have been under pressure. Her family, including her brother and sister, miss her very much and ask her to please get in touch.

    Fatima is Iranian, 5ft 5ins tall and of medium build when last known. She also has black hair and dark brown eyes. If you have seen Fatima please call the National Missing Persons Helpline on Freephone 0500 700 700. All calls are free and confidential.
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  3. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    In 1995 a young student disappeared off the face of the earth. So, what happened to Fatima Hassani?

    It's a mystery which has left a family bereft, and there is barely any information to solve it.

    What happened to Fatima Hassani?

    At just 16-years-old the college student ran away from her home in Longsight. Nearly 25 years on, it’s as if she disappeared off the face of the earth.

    In desperation, her loved ones have turned not just to police, but a private detective and even a palm reader to find her.

    They cling to scraps from the past - the last, abortive phone call before she disappeared, the goodbye note she left on wall, the first name of the boyfriend she had, but they didn’t know.

    Julie Potts and PC Helen McNeill, from the Missing Persons Unit, are delving into the case again, as they work to reassess several dormant missing reports on GMP’s books.

    They cannot promise Khadijeh that they will find Fatima, but they promise they will do all they can.

    Khadijeh is just pleased that someone is listening again.

    “I have never moved from this house in case she comes back,” she tells them.

    “I just want her to know that I love her. I made a mistake because I think I was very strict with her.

    “Every day I pray and ask god to help her and have news from her. I just want her to be safe.

    MORE: https://www.manchestereveningnews.c.../1995-young-student-disappeared-face-14814152

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