Discussion in '2010's Missing' started by Donjeta, Jul 8, 2013.
What a beautiful woman, such a shame I pray they find her and her killers ASAP..
Those poor children, growing up without a mother
Murder Charge As Manchester Mum Missing
Brother-in-law and husband charged with murder of mother who has not been seen in over a month
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Missing woman 'buried beside A19'
Fingertip search of A19 laybys in search for missing mother Rania Alayed
THE hunt for the body of a missing mother-of-three is focusing on laybys beside one of the region's busiest roads.
Lines of officers wearing protective suits used poles and metal detectors to sweep aside long grass and thistles, progressing at a pace of about five yards a minute, only pausing to examine pieces of litter in the undergrowth.
A police spokesman said searches will continue on this stretch of road for a number of days.
Road searched for woman's body
Officers have now traced a suspect white camper van spotted driving along the A168/A19 near Thirsk, North Yorkshire, at the time 25-year-old Rania Alayed went missing. But detectives do not yet know exactly where the van stopped and the stretch of road runs for 19 miles with numerous laybys.
Rania Alayed: Police search along A19 for missing Teesside mum
Murder squad detectives investigating the disappearance of Teesside mum Rania Alayed have pledged to never give up their search
Police involved in a major hunt for Teesside mum Rania Alayed say their search along the A19 could continue for weeks.
"Greater Manchester Police, supported by colleagues from North Yorkshire Police and the military, have been working tirelessly to find Rania and we will not stop until we can find her.
“We are also continuing to appeal to anyone who saw this white campervan and, in particular, if they saw it parked by the side of the road or in a layby.
Gruesome find in layby hunt for mum-of-three Rania Alayed
THE hunt for the body for missing mother-of-three Rania Alayed took a bizarre turn when police made a gruesome roadside discovery.
As they searched beside a lay-by at Asenby, near Thirsk, they came across a number of dumped black plastic bin bags containing bones and other organic remains.
However initial fears that they had found Ms Alayeds body were quickly dismissed after experts confirmed the remains were not human but those of an animal.
Meanwhile the hunt for Ms Alayed is continuing and officers were again combing through the undergrowth today, August 23.
Rania Alayed: Police praise public as search for missing mum continues
Officers searching for missing mum Rania Alayed have praised the response from the public.
Search teams are still scouring parts of the A19 in hunt of Ranias body.
It is awesome that they are looking so hard for her.
Raina was a gorgeous woman.
I hope they are able to find her remains so that she may properly be put to rest.
And I hope those responsible see justice (looks like they will, thank goodness).
Sending love and light to her children.
"Verily, with the hardship, there is relief." (from the Qu'ran- Surah Al-Insyirah 94 : 5-6)
I read the paper every day and I hadn't heard of this.
I feel so sorry for her kids,they've lost both parents.
Sent from my 'alternate reality' using my hippocampus
Police stop search for missing mother Rania Alayed
Murder squad detectives have halted a search along a country road for the body of a missing mother of three.
An in-depth search of a 19-mile stretch of the road has been halted as police examine "other leads and intelligence".
Detective Chief Inspector Pete Marsh, from Greater Manchester Police (GMP), said: "The search for Rania has been truly extensive and has involved hundreds of man hours from officers from two different police forces, supported by the military.
"As yet, Rania's body has not been located and we have recently completed a three-week search phase.
28 October 2013 Last updated at 16:31 ET
Rania Alayed: Did killer return to A19? Police issue fresh appeal in search for murdered mum's body
Police believe the body of a Teesside mum-of-three may have been moved from the site of their initial searches.
Its been six months since Rania Alayed went missing.
Family of missing woman Rania Alayed appeal for information
The family of a missing mother-of-three who is believed to have been murdered are making a fresh appeal for information.
Three men have appeared in court in connection with Alayed's disappearance. Her husband, Ahmed Khatib, 33, of Gorton, Manchester, has been charged with murder. His brother, Muhanned Mahmood Al Khatib, 38, of Salford, has been charged with murder and perverting the course of justice. Hussain Al Khateeb, 34, of Gorton, has been charged with perverting the course of justice.
A mother of three from Manchester was murdered by her husband for becoming "too westernised" and "establishing an independent life", a court has heard.
Partner of man accused of helping in murder of Rania Alayed says she feared she would be next
The distressed partner of a man accused of helping his brother murder his wife sobbed as she told a court she feared she too would be killed.
Rania Alayed murder accused 'saw spirits since aged 16'
Rania Alayed case: jealous husband jailed for 20 years for honour killing of his wife
A man who murdered his wife and mother of his three children in an honour killing because he believed she was becoming too Westernised was sentenced to serve a minimum of 20 years in jail today.
His male pride clearly couldnt take a strong woman trying to determine her own fate, so he carried out one final act that would ensure she could never defy him again. The irony is that this horrific act of self-pity has brought nothing but shame on him and his family, he said.
Detectives promise search for missing body of murdered Rania will continue
A police chief has vowed the hunt for the missing body of murdered Rania Alayed will go on.
"The conclusion of the criminal proceedings do not signal the end in respect of the search for Rania. We continue to have specially trained officers deployed to the A19 with specialist equipment such as ground penetrating radar. Large areas of land have already been excavated and we will continue in our efforts, so that Rania can be given the burial she deserves."
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