Police hunt 2 for murder of Gambian in UK

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Police are hunting two men believed to be living in Birmingham, England in connection with the murder of a man stabbed to death in his home.
Police in Northamptonshire, England, have released two pictures of the men they want to speak to following the murder of 29-year-old Gambian national Tairu Jallow. He died after being stabbed at his home in Havelock Street, Kettering, on January 14.
The two men the police want to trace are Mustafa Lowe, aged 22, and Louie Mendy, aged 28, who are believed to be living in the Birmingham area.
Mustafa is also known as Tapha Lowe or ‘T’ boy and Louie is referred to as Avon Anderson or Tiny.
Police had previously released CCTV of a man they wanted to trace who may hold vital information.
Detective Inspector Phil Mills, from the East Midlands Special Operations Unit Major Crime team, previously said: “I know there are people out there who may have seen or heard something, either on the night or since, and who can help us understand exactly what happened in Havelock Street… and how Tairu lost his life.
“We know a group of men broke into the property at about 9pm. They then attacked Tairu, who died as a result of a stab wound. We are following a number of lines of inquiry and have made a number of arrests in connection with the incident, but we still need more information.”
Birminghammail.co.uk

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