Kidnap claim over missing woman Farzaneh Entikabi who frequents Maida Vale and Kilburn

PUBLISHED: 13:41 19 January 2017 | UPDATED: 14:09 19 January 2017

Farzaneh Entikabi is missing

Farzaneh Entikabi is missing


Police are appealing for information about a missing woman with links to Maida Vale, Kilburn and the Edgware Road amid a claim she has been kidnapped.

Officer received a call on Tuesday claiming Farzaneh Entikabi, 43, had been abducted so are concerned for her welfare.

The 43-year-old was last seen on Saturday at her home in North Kensington and her disappearance is currently being treated as a missing person investigation.

She has gone missing before and returned safe and sound.

Ms Entikabi is of Arabic or North African appearance, with a slim build and black hair.

She was wearing a black coat and wellington boots with a floral pattern when she was last seen.

Anyone who has seen her or knows of her whereabouts is asked to call Westminster Police via 101 or call the charity Missing People via 116000. Alternatively, tweet police via @MetCC.

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