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Renewed appeal for witnesses after murder of Inayat Shah
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Detectives investigating the murder of Inayat Shah in Ballymena on Saturday 21st March are issuing an appeal for potential witnesses to contact them.

Detective Chief Inspector Peter Montgomery said:

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“Our investigation into the murder of Inayat Shah continues and I would like to make a specific appeal at this time to a man and woman who spoke with security staff at the front sangar of Ballymena PSNI station on Saturday afternoon. The man and woman, who were accompanied by a small child, spoke briefly to security at around 3.30pm. I am appealing today for them to get in touch with us so we can determine if they have any information which could assist us with our investigation.

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“I would ask them to contact detectives at Seapark on 101 quoting reference 863 of 21/03/20. Alternatively information can be passed anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800555111 that gives people the power to speak up and stop crime.”

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