Kirsty Young, Matthew Amroliwala and Martin Bayfield present the latest developments on the cases featured in the main programme.
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a busy night. There is lots to tell you about. Let's begin with a
reminder of the murder a month ago of 82-year-old Mohammed Saleem in
the area of Birmingham. He 28 years old. Attacked from
behind. Stabbed brutally. He was killed. There was no way he could
defend himself -- he was 82 years old. We have to find out so at that
we can grieve properly as a family. Find out who did this and why he did
it in such a nasty and a brute a -- brutal way.
Now, Detective Superintendent Mark Payne how have we been doing?
we have had very interesting calls. Some anonymous calls as well. It is
reimportant important there for them to know that we will take care of
them. We need to get this man who did this off the streets.
Now. A year ago, this man was at home when three men burst into his
apartment and attacked him. They attacked him in a sustained and
extremely violent attack. They stabbed him many times. He died in
his hallway. Now, this was an horrific crime?
was an horrific case. They were at home on the 14th of May about 9.
30pm. Sharif answered the front door, he was confronted by three
men, all wearing hoodies, carrying knives. He attacked him. Stabbing
him many times. As he lay dying he demanded jewellery and cash from his
terrified partner. She herself was stabbed. She got medical treatment
and fortunately survived. You have CCTV, what does it show?
have CCTV from Vineyard Way itself. You can see the men walk walking
away. We can see them three minutes later, they are moving away in the
direction that they came from. I believe that the three men are
responsible for the vicious assault on Sharif. If anyone has
information, please contact us. An awful crime if you recognise
these men in the CCTV or have information, call us here in in the
studio just now. Now, we appealed in relation to the 17-year-old Georgia
Williams, missing from her family home since last Sunday. We have had
several calls to the studio. Relating to sightings of the van in
the relevant areas. We have passed this on to the investigating team.
Anyone with further information should call the Incident Room on:
Now let's return to the terrifying attack on a woman as she drove off a
petrol forecourt in Dunstable, one evening in February.
As I got to the ramp, I was watching the traffic in the main road. Then I
saw a man in a blackjack et coming towards my car.
No! Oh, my God. Drive!I grabbed for the knife. I managed to get the
handle. I thought if I did not let go, he could not hurt me.
Well, Detective Inspector Ruth Dodsworth, you have had good
responses tonight? Excellent response. Lots of calls giving a
name based on the attacker, based on the description.
That is great news. We should remind people of this important bit of
evidence he left on the scene? We are keen to hear of anyone who
knows of someone who owns Startex condoms.
So, very important. Distinctive. Now, the huge rise in mobile phone
theft. He said give me your phone and
wallet. I was pushed against the window, I am pretty sure. He grabbed
the phone from my hands and started hitting me. The level of the crime,
the way I was punched did not equate to what he got out of it.
Well, DCI -- DCI Bob Mahoney from the National Mobile Phone Crime Unit
is here again. A vicious assault. We have had good information? Six or
seven calls. One of which is interesting. We are following that
up as soon as possible. We are lucky in the case. We have a very good
image of the attacker. Anyone who recognises him, we urge you to ring
into us. The attack took place on a train going from Waterloo to Putney.
Somebody on the train saw what happened. We need them to get in
touch with us as well. It goes to show that the phones are stolen and
they are creating very violent crimes.
Now, John Archer Barnett, the convicted paedophile. Lots of calls,
texts and e-mails. Some of them placed in the area of Kent. Wanted
was Robert Mark Knight. Including some sighting as early as today.
All interest. That is all for now. Details of the cases are all on the