DETROIT – Investigators are expected to release a bilingual poster seeking information into the 2008 disappearance of a 2-year-old Bangladeshi girl from the Detroit area.
The poster and details of a $20,000 reward come Friday, a year after Tangena Hussain was reported missing by her mother's live-in boyfriend at a Detroit gas station.
The poster will be distributed in Hamtramck, a Detroit enclave with a large Bangladeshi population.
Jamrul Hussain is not Tangena's biological father. He told police he left the girl in his car when he went to buy chewing gum and juice. He says Tangena was not in the car when he returned.
An extensive search of the area and Tangena's neighborhood turned up nothing. No one has been charged in the case.