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Delaware County woman missing, boyfriend wanted for questioning

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Nadia Malik, of Broomall has been reported missing and detectives want to talk to Malik's former boyfriend about her whereabouts. . Malik, had previously lived in Lansdowne, PA with then boyfriend, Bhupinder Singh, is now wanted for questioning in her disappearance. Family members last talked to Malik by phone last Sunday where she told others, she was with Singh, who was refusing to let her leave. The original missing person report was filed in Lansdowne, but then refiled in Broomall PA, her parents' home, as Malik becasuse had moved there last month from her co-residence with Singh.

Marple police detective, Kurt Lindelow, gathered the information from the cell phone records of Malik and Singh, which showed calls had been received in Solon, Ohio. Singh is on probation here in PA and may be in violation of that as he did not inform anyone that he in fact had left the state. According to the Cleveland.com report, Singh agreed to be extradited to Delaware County to face questioning in Malik’s disappearance.

Singh appeared Thursday in Bedford Municipal Court for an extradition hearing, the report said. At that time, he reportedly agreed to return to charges involving his failure to report to his Pennsylvania probation officer, changing his residence without permission and traveling outside the state without permission.Singh was arrested about 9:30 a.m. Wednesday at his parent’s home and Solon Police Chief Chris Viland said Singh is not suspected in any criminal wrongdoing in Solon, according to an account published Friday on Cleveland.com.

According to the Delaware County Daily Times, (www.delcotimes.com) “When police knocked on the apartment door, Bhupinder Singh attempted to run out the back,” Lindelow said. The police did not find Malik or her car a black 2007 Nissan Ultima with tinted windows and a Pennsylvania license plate of JFM5047. One of Malik’s daughter was found in the residence though. Malik’s other daughter was at her parents’ home in Broomall. According to Detective Lindelow, Singh stated that he and Malik had argued before he left for Ohio but she left on her own accord. He stated to Ohio officials that Malik left in her car and that he took a bus to Ohio.

Malik is described at about 5 foot 4 inches tall, 125 pounds with black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with any information regarding this matter please contact Lindelow at 484-427-8173, 610-356-1504.

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