Search Ongoing for Missing Man from Heston
His white Audi Q3 was briefly seen in Brentford
Detectives leading the search for a missing man from Heston are conducting searches in and around the Hounslow area.
Officers, supported by specialist search dogs and the police helicopter, began searching an area in Hounslow on Friday, 31 May as part of the work to find 27-year-old Mohammed Shah Subhani, also known as Shah Khan.
Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh, from the Homicide and Major Crime Command, leads the investigation and said:
“We are focussing our efforts on this area as this is where Mohammed’s phone was last located on the evening of Tuesday, 7 May – the day he disappeared.
“I would ask local residents in and around the Hounslow area to cast their minds back to that afternoon – did they see anything suspicious or out of context in their street? Did you witness any activity that made you think twice?
“I am also looking to trace Mohammed’s car – a white Audi Q3. The registration is LC67 CXS, but this may have had the plates changed. Have you seen a car of this description parked in your road or in a car park near to where you live?
“I would reiterate that any information you may have, no matter how small, could prove vital to us in finding out what has happened to Mohammed. You'll see officers in the area over the coming days so please feel free to speak to them if you have any concerns or information.
“Mohammed has not been seen or heard from for over three weeks now and his family are beside themselves with worry. Please help end their anguish and contact police or Crimestoppers if you know anything.”
Anyone with information about Mohammed’s disappearance is asked to contact police on 0208 785 8099 or 101.
To give information anonymously contact Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.Mohammed was reported missing to police by his family shortly before midnight on Tuesday, 7 May. They stated he had last been by them seen leaving his home address in Heston at around 12.15pm that same day. He was described as wearing navy blue, Puma tracksuit bottoms, a navy blue short sleeved t-shirt and light grey Nike Air Max trainers.
He travelled to High Street, Acton where he was seen at approximately 13.45pm - Mohammed has not been seen since.
Mohammed is Asian, 5ft 9ins tall of stocky build and has a distinctive tattoo on his left forearm with the words inscribed, “Death is certain. Life is not.”
June 3, 2019