Sara Sharif cops raid 20 Pakistan homes in hunt for schoolgirl's dad as he breaks cover in chilling video after 'murder' | The Sun

POLICE have raided at least 20 homes in a desperate hunt for the fugitive family of tragic Sara Sharif.

A manhunt was launched for the 10-year-old's father Urfan Sharif after she was found dead at his home in Woking, Surrey.

Sharif and his partner Beinash Batool, who cops are also looking for, are believed to have travelled to Pakistan the day before the tragic discovery was made.

Police in the country have now raided at least 20 homes as the search ramps up for the missing duo and Sara's uncle Faisal Malik.

It comes after a video emerged of Sharif and Batool reading a statement together about the August 10 horror.

Batool says her family "are willing to cooperate with the UK authorities and fight our case in court" – but moaned about the conditions they are living under.

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She said: "Firstly, I would like to talk about Sara. Sara's death was an incident. Our family in Pakistan are severely affected by all that is going on.”

Batool also said her family have gone into hiding as "everyone is scared for their safety.

She continued: "The kids are unable to attend school as they're afraid to leave the house. No one is leaving the house.

"The groceries have run out and there is no food for the kids as the adults are unable to leave their homes out of fear for safety."

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It is the first time the pair have surfaced since they disappeared to Pakistan.

Sara's body was discovered after Sharif called 999 from Pakistan.

An inquest opened into Sara's death last week heard how medics are still unable to establish a cause of death.

But Woking Coroner's Court was told the youngster's death is likely to have been "unnatural".

A previous post-mortem revealed she suffered “multiple and extensive injuries which are likely to have been caused over a sustained and extended period of time”.

National Crime Agency cops have been working with Interpol and Pakistani authorities to track Urfan, 41, down.

It is understood the dad fled capital Islamabad with Beinash and Faisal on August 9 – the day before Sara was found dead.

Pakistan police previously said they found evidence the dad briefly returned to his family home in Jhelum.

There is no extradition treaty between Pakistan and the UK, which would make it difficult to bring the suspects back for questioning.

Sara's mum Olga Sharif yesterday revealed her horror at seeing her daughter's body in the mortuary.

She told Polish television programme Uwaga! on the TVN Channel: "One of her cheeks was swollen and the other side was bruised.

"Even now, when I close my eyes I can see what my baby looked like."

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