LONDON: Surrey Police on Friday launched two photos of 10-12 months-outdated Sara Sharif taken previous to her demise with the hope that “more folks will come ahead with information”.
The photos present Sara, who was discovered lifeless in her household dwelling in Woking, Surrey, sporting the hijab. One seems to be a passport fashion photograph, with the opposite a picture of the younger woman open air.
The photographs present how investigators imagine she might have been dressed in the months earlier than she died.
A month earlier, it was reported that, based on her stepmother Beinash Batool, Sara was pulled out of faculty after being “bullied for sporting the hijab”.
Detective Superintendent Mark Chapman of Surrey Police stated: “We have launched these new photos this week in the hope that it’ll immediate more individuals who knew Sara and her household to come back ahead.
“We are grateful to everybody who has already contacted us, and I want to stress that any information, regardless of how insignificant it may appear, is reviewed by the investigation workforce and additional enquiries carried out if applicable.
“I might urge anybody who might have information and hasn’t but come ahead to succeed in out to us.”
According to information reviews, flyers have been put up in Woking practice stations and taxi stands with regard to Sara Sharif, the information police are looking for.
A courtroom was knowledgeable on Tuesday that 10-12 months-outdated Sara Sharif suffered a “constellation” of accidents, culminating in her premature demise.
Sara’s father Urfan Sharif, aged 41, her stepmother Beinash Batool, 29, and her uncle Faisal Malik, 28, made their look on the Old Bailey in London on Tuesday following their return from Pakistan on Sept 13, after they have been apprehended at Gatwick Airport.
The trio will face a six-week trial for her homicide subsequent 12 months, with a date provisionally set for Sept 2, 2024. A plea listening to will happen on Dec 1. The prices towards them embody the homicide of Sara and inflicting or allowing the demise of a kid.
Published in Dawn, September twenty third, 2023