Missing woman saskatoon Update

Missing woman saskatoon: A 53 years old woman from saskatoon was last seen at 5:30 a.m. on Sunday, July 10 in the city’s Rosewood neighborhood, according to a media release.

Saskatoon police are asking for the public’s help in finding looking for a 53-year-old woman. The husband of a missing woman is pleading for the public’s help in finding his wife.

Saskatoon police have issued requests for assistance in finding Tabassum, saying she may be in nearby urban or rural areas.

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Who is The Missing Woman?

The name of missing woman is Nuzhat Tabassum. She is believed to have been wearing dark-colored pants, a maroon shirt, and light-colored shoes. Police released a photo of her Wednesday but noted she is no longer wearing the purple jacket as pictured and may not be wearing a head

Nuzhat Tabassum, 53, was last seen early Sunday morning in the Rosewood neighborhood, around 5:30 a.m. CST. Her family is concerned she may be in a vulnerable state. Police have now sent out two appeals for help in finding the woman.

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When Was She Last Seen?

Missing woman saskatoon
Missing woman saskatoon

Tabassum’s husband Tariq Bajwa told:

On Saturday his wife had gone to Royal University Hospital with her 26-year-old son Danial Maqssod for help since she had been not able to rest during the nights earlier.

At the point when she got back to their Rosewood area home, she alongside Danial and Tariq was all trying to rest in a room.

Danial and Tariq were to assist Tabassum to rest.

At 3:30, Bajwa says she advised him to go to another room to get some rest.

At 5:30, he says a camera, installed to monitor her rest, caught her leaving her room and that was the last time she was seen. Bajwa says his wife had been dealing with mental health issues.

Anyone with information is asked to contact the police or Crime Stoppers.

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