|Full name||Salma Mahmoud|
|Residence||Across South Asia|
|Family||Sahir Mahmoud (brother)|
Shahid Mahmoud (father)
|Affiliation(s)||2016 Summer Olympics|
|Appearance(s)||Curiosity Killed the Cat|
The Sting of Irony
Under the Weather
The Hong Kong Killing
Creased to Exist
Better, Faster, Stronger
Salma Mahmoud (1977-2016; Urdu: سلمہ محمود) was one of the suspects in the murder investigations of famed equestrian Veda Arora in The Sting of Irony (Case #25 of the World Edition) and film producer George Chau-Sang Fan in The Hong Kong Killing (Case #29 of the World Edition). She was a quasi-suspect three times before her final quasi suspect appearance when she died.
Salma was a 39-year-old pharmacist-turned-fitness supervisor for the Olympics. She wore a mint green blouse with a pastel blue jacket over it. She had long black hair flowing down to chest level. She donned multiple badges and had a name tag of her name in both Urdu and English. She also held a folder in her right hand. It is known that she was the sister of Sahir Mahmoud, the coroner for the World Police Agency.
In her first appearance, it is revealed that she practiced yoga, drank mango lassi, and quoted Gandhi.
In her second appearance, it is revealed that she practiced acupuncture, ate kung pao chicken, and had been to Beijing previously.