A Horrifying Double Crime of Mother and Daughter by a Young Man
September 2, 2018 | Brainwave Science
According to Detectives of West Midland Police and The Guardian, , is being sought in connection with the double murder. Prime suspect Janbaz Tarin, 21, is said to have launched into a furious tirade when he spotted Raneem Oudeh, 22, drinking with another man at Rotana Sheesha bar in Birmingham. The prime suspect was involved in a very heated and a furious row at the Rotana Sheesha bar in Digbeth, Birmingham, at around 10.30pm on Sunday night. Moreover, he was thrown out by staff after allegedly slapping the mum during a heated exchange when he saw ex-lover talking to another man. Before leaving the scene in a white van the suspect made a throat-slitting gesture towards his former partner. By the time Police arrived all three were gone.
Around two hours later the mum and daughter were pronounced dead at the scene outside their home around seven miles away in Solihull.
Following the murders, Crimestoppers and West Midlands Police offered a £5,000 reward for information leading to Mr Tarin’s detention. Police also released a video appealing directly to the lead suspect to hand himself in. What has followed is a manhunt underway for a man suspected of stabbing two women to death in West Midlands town. Following two deaths after a three-day manhunt for the suspected killer. Tarin was detained in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham on Thursday evening. A knife, which officers believe to be the murder weapon, was recovered and a van was undergoing forensic analysis.
Crime across the West Midlands has surged again with spikes in violence, sex offences and robberies in 2017-2018. The rise in crime in England and Wales is accelerating, according to police figures, which show a 14% year-on-year increase in offences recorded by forces across England and Wales. Even though West Midlands Police has insisted violent crime will not be tolerated and the force will leave no stone unturned in tackling the terror of guns and knives, there is no improvement so far.
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Main Source: Independent
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