Men wanted over sex offences could be in Coventry
Police seek public’s help to find Mohammed Abdul Kadir and Osman Hussain Abdurahman
Two missing men linked to serious sex offences could be in Coventry, according to police.
Officers searching for Mohammed Abdul Kadir and Osman Hussain Abdurahman are asking the public to look for the pair, who have both evaded capture for some time.
Kadir, believed to be aged between 30 and 40, is wanted by Thames Valley Police for the rape of two girls under the age of 13.
He has family links to Coventry and could be in the city.
The offences took place in Maidenhead, Berkshire, over the last 18 months.
Police say Kadir was employed by the children’s family to provide private religious tuition.
He is in the country illegally having arrived from Bangladesh in 2011.
As well as Coventry he also has links to Yorkshire, Loughborough and London.
Det Insp Andy Howard, from Thames Valley Police, said: “The offences we would like to speak to Kadir in connection with are reported to have happened between late 2012 and May this year.
“I would urge Kadir to come forward and speak with us to help us with our enquiries. I would also like to hear from anyone who knows of his whereabouts and can help us to locate him.”
The other missing man, Osman Hussain Abdurahman, was convicted of a sex offence against a 14-year-old girl in Sheffield in 2008.
The Iraqi hasn’t been seen since 2009 though.
His last suspected location was Coventry and searches were launched for him in 2010 but he wasn’t found.
Since his release from prison Abdurahman has failed to register with the authorities, breaching his licence. The 34-year-old, who has now been missing for five years, also has links to Sheffield.
He is described as around 5ft 10ins tall and of medium build.
The pair are among a handful of convicts or suspected offenders police are keen to track down.
They include a convicted killer, a man suspected of stabbing a woman in a Paradise car park, and a suspected robber.
If you know where Kadir is call Thames Valley Police on 101. If you spot Abdurahman call South Yorkshire Police on 101.
Alternatively if you don’t want to speak directly to police call the charityCrimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.