Fears grow for missing student Aamir

Aamir Qudeer

Aamir Qudeer

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Fears are growing for the welfare of Bradford University student, Aamir ‘Eric’ Qudeer, who has been missing for nine days.

Police have appealed for anyone who sees Aamir or has information regarding his whereabouts to contact them as soon as possible.

Aamir, who is 5ft 5ins tall, disappeared on Wednesday, February 26. It is known he travelled by train from Leeds to Liverpool on that day arriving at Lime Street station at 6pm.

He did not get in touch with his family in Leeds on his 21st birthday earlier this week.

Detective Inspector Alan Flynn of Bradford CID, said: “I would appeal to Aamir or anyone who sees him to get in contact with police on 101. Anyone with information can also contact the National Runaway Helpline by calling or txting 116 000

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