In a manually written letter seen by the British broadcaster BBC and dated 2018, Sheikha Latifa inquired Cambridgeshire Police to refocus on the case of her sister Shamsa, presently 39, who was captured matured 18 and has not been seen in open since.
Sheikha Latifa, one of the girls of the ruler of Dubai, has composed to British police inquiring them to revive their examination into the capture of her more seasoned sister from a road in Cambridge in 2000, the BBC detailed on Thursday.
In a written by hand letter seen by the British broadcaster and dated 2018, Latifa inquired Cambridgeshire Police to refocus on the case of her sister Shamsa, presently 39, who was captured matured 18 and has not been seen in open since. Reuters has not seen the letter.
The Dubai government's media office did not promptly react to any ask for comment.
Cambridgeshire police affirmed it had gotten a letter, dated February 2018, in connection to the case which was a portion of a "progressing survey".
Latifa, 35, is herself the subject of universal concern. In a video message shot in a lavatory and gotten by the BBC, she said she was being held captive in a blockaded villa.
The UAE final week said Latifa was being cared for at domestic by family and therapeutic professionals.
The two women's father, Sheik Mohammed container Rashid al-Maktoum, has rejected discoveries by a London Tall Court judge who said final year that he acknowledged as demonstrated affirmations that the sheik had requested the kidnappings of his daughters.
Britain has called on the Joined together middle easterner Emirates to appear confirmation that Latifa was still alive.
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