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Murder of takeaway worker to be shown on BBC's Crimewatch

Tipu Sultan
THE investigation of the murder of a takeaway worker is set to be featured on the BBC's Crimewatch programme. Police are continuing to appeal for information, a month after Tipu Sultan, 32, was killed outside the town's Herbs n Spice Kitchen on April 7. He was approached by a man armed with a gun and shot from close range. Police and paramedics...




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