Greater Manchester Police offer reward of £50,000 for anyone who has key information that leads Major Incident Team detectives to the body of Hadir Al-Enezi.
Hadir and her daughter arrived in the UK on November 7, 2018, and were welcomed in the UK as refugees.
They are originally from Kuwait, but are members of the Bidoon Arab minority and were taken in by family members living in Rusholme, Manchester.
Detectives from GMP’s Major Incident Team launched an investigation in 2019 and are working with the hypothesis she was murdered in a targeted attack.
Detective Chief Inspector Liz Hopkinson of GMP’s Major Incident Team, said: “We are renewing our appeal to find Hadir Al-Enezi – we need to know what has happened to her. Throughout our investigation we have worked tirelessly as a team to find her, and we’ve still not been able to find any proof that Hadir is still alive, and we sadly continue this investigation on the hypothesis that she is not and has come to serious harm.
“We need to find answers for Hadir’s little girl and it is vital that anyone with information or her whereabouts comes forward to police so that we can give her young daughter the answers she deserves.
“We need to find Hadir’s body, and anyone who has any information is asked to share this with GMP as a matter of urgency, it may be key to helping us find answers for her daughter.
“We now have a £50,000 reward available for anyone who has key information that will lead detectives to the body of Hadir.
“This investigation isn’t going away and we won’t stop. Investigations like this don’t just close and we are determined to find Hadir’s body and investigate any crimes committed thoroughly.
“Information passed onto us will be dealt with in the strictest of confidence and you can also do this anonymously.
“A Major Incident Public Portal has been set up to provide a space where members of the public can submit information, images or video footage that may be able to assist with our enquiries – Public Portal (mipp.police.uk)
“Alternatively, you can contact detectives directly on 0161 856 0110 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.”