Find Tahir Zarif: Police working with Interpol to track down Akhtar Javeed's possible killer
Police are working with Interpol in a bid to track down the man who is believed to have killed a Birmingham businessman by firing the fatal shots before fleeing to Pakistan.
The family of Akhtar Javeed are hoping West Midlands Police can answer their prayers and track down Tahir Zarif - with the help of agencies abroad.
Three men were jailed for almost 40 years for their involvement in an armed robbery that led to the death of Mr Javeed, owner of Direct Source 3, in Digbeth.
Suraj Misty, 26, was found guilty of the manslaughter of Mr Javeed and on Tuesday was sentenced to 23 years in... read more
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