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Man believed to be responsible for death of Ibrahim Yousef named as Valerijs Grigorjevs
THE man believed to be responsible for the death of father-of-five Ibrahim Yousef died instantly in a crash, an inquest heard today.
Valerijs Grigorjevs, of Heathcote Road in Boscombe, was killed after stealing Mr Yousef's Toyota Yaris and crashing into a lorry on the A350 in Wiltshire.
Police probing the collision believe the 27-year-old may have deliberately caused the collision.
Mr Yousef's body was discovered at 12.34pm on Friday, October 11, at his home in Gloucester Road, Boscombe.
He had been stabbed twice and suffered massive head injuries.
The crash which killed Mr Grigorjevs took place at 6.18am.
Forensic evidence has linked the Latvian national to the murder scene, and police have confirmed they aren't looking for anyone else in connection with the crime.
A full inquest for Mr Grigorjevs will take place later this year.
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