Arrest Made in Search for Mohammed Shah
Audi Q3 has now been recovered but final movements remain unclear
Detectives investigating the disappearance of a father-to-be from Heston have carried out a search warrant in east London.
Officers searched the commercial premises in Ilford on the morning of Tuesday, 2 July.
A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice and has been released under investigation.
Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: “Our investigation into Mohammed’s disappearance continues and this warrant will hopefully provide us with further information about what has happened to him.
“Although we have previously recovered his white Audi Q3, I would like to repeat my request for the public’s help to track its movements. It was captured on CCTV the day he went missing and was located by officers – on cloned plates – on 19 June. Where has it been?
“Three men were seen running from the car that day. Who were they? The fact they were in possession of a car belonging to a missing person is not a positive position to be in, however I would urge them to come forwar
Police were called on Tuesday, 7 May after 27-year-old Mohammed Shah Subhani failed to return to his home in Hounslow.
His family reported him as missing shortly before midnight, having seen him last at 12:30hrs that same day. The search for Mohammed continues.
Mohammed’s white Audi Q3 – with a cloned registration of L88 EJF - was recovered in Camden on Wednesday, 19 June and forensic tests are ongoing. At around 18:30hrs, officers were informed that the occupants of a white Audi had been involved in an argument with another group of people on Robert Street, NW1.
The occupants were alleged to have been in possession of weapons.
Officers located the car and an authorised pursuit took place. The Audi collided with a second vehicle before being abandoned; the occupants then fled on foot. There have been no arrests and enquiries continue.
The £20,000 Met reward is being offered for both information leading to the whereabouts of Mohammed, and also information leading to the identification, arrest and prosecution of anyone connected with his disappearance.
Anyone with information about Mohammed’s disappearance is asked to contact police on 101 or via Twitter @MetCC quote 19MIS017114.
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.”
July 5, 2019