Yasmin Seweid, the 18-year-old Muslim college student who earlier this month claimed to have been the victim of an #anti-Muslim #hate crime on a New York City subway train by men screaming "terrorist," and “#Donald Trump!” is now missing, according to police sources, and has been for at least two days.

Sources says a close relative or family member of the missing Long Island woman left a report with the Nassau County Police Department on Thursday, December 8, 2016. According to police, Seweid was last seen alive on Wednesday at approximately 8 p.m. as she left her home in New Hyde Park, NY.

Police are asking the public for information

Seweid was said to be wearing a dark colored or black jacket, along with a black hijab (head scarf), black leggings or yoga pants, and was also carrying a purse or bag filled with clothing. She was described as being 5-foot-nine inches tall and weighs approximately 150 pounds.

Anyone with information on Yasmin Seweid's whereabouts or her possible disappearance are being asked to contact investigators at the Nassau County Police Department’s Missing Persons Squad. The telephone number is 516-573-7347.

Seweid says she was targeted in hate crime

According to earlier reports, Seweid filed a report with the New York City Transit Police claiming that on December 1, 2016 at around 10 pm three drunk, white, male straphangers accosted her on a subway platform as she waited for an uptown No. 6 train. The harassment continued as she boarded the train and Seweid claimed the the inebriated trio screamed hate speech and anti-Islamic epithets at her before physically assaulted her.

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Seweid told investigators that after the men called her a “terrorist," and yelled "Donald Trump," they tried to rip off her hijab. Seweid then claimed one of the men grabbed her bag to get her attention and tore the strap. She also said other passengers did nothing to help her during the incident.

The next day police had Seweid sit to look at men on surveillance video but so far they have yet to make an arrest in the case.

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