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Family of murder victim Ibrahim Yousef desperate for details into his death
TRIBUTES: Flowers are left in tribute to Ibrahim Yousef at his premises on Gloucester Road, Boscombe
THE heartbroken family of murder victim Ibrahim Yousef say they are desperate for more information about the circumstances of his death.
The popular businessman was found dead at his home in Gloucester Road, Boscombe, at 12.34pm on October 11.
Just hours before, at 6.15am, the man believed to be responsible for his murder was killed in a horrific car crash on the A350 near Trowbridge in Wiltshire.
Police probing his death suspect it may have been a suicide, it has been reported.
No one else is being sought in connection with Mr Yousef’s murder.
The owner of Five Star Car Wash, who was stabbed to death, has a wife and children in his home country of Iraq.
An email received by the Daily Echo from the family reads: “We don’t know details yet. We want to know everything, tell me how I get more details.”
The family member also wrote that they have been left in the dark as to the identity of the suspected murderer.
“Why the policeman don’t share who is this man who killed him?” the email reads.
Police have said that they are not yet ready to formally identify the driver as his next of kin, who are believed to live in Eastern Europe, have not yet been found.
Detective Inspector Marcus Hester, who is leading the investigation, is calling for anyone in the area of 5 Gloucester Road between 8pm and 8.30pm on Thursday, October 10, who may have heard anything, to speak to police. Neighbours and employees of Mr Yousef are also urged to come forward.
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