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New appeal to find missing father
Sajid Saddique
Mr Saddique was last seen in a supermarket car park
A new appeal has been made for information on the whereabouts of a Bradford father-of-three who disappeared more than a year ago.

A team of detectives are investigating Sajid Saddique's disappearance from his home in the Allerton area.

The 33-year-old was last seen in the car park of the Asda supermarket in Shipley, on 14 February 2007.

It is believed he was going to a bank and then to a business meeting, but his family have not heard from him since.

Mr Saddique's gold-coloured Volkswagen Bora was found in the Asda car park later that day.

Det Supt Andy Brennan said: "During this time there has been no contact from him to his family and naturally they are still very concerned.

"We are still actively investigating Sajid's disappearance and have a specific team of detectives working on this case.

"We sympathise with Sajid's family during what must be a very difficult time for them but I would like to assure the family that we are taking every step to trace him."



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