Sara Sharif cops reveal update as they search 2 UK homes a day after dad releases video from Pakistan | The Sun

COPS have released an update on their probe into the death of Sara Sharif – revealing they have searched two UK homes.

The 10-year-old was found dead at a home in Woking, Surrey, four weeks ago.

Her dad Urfan fled the UK to his native Pakistan where he made a 999 call to British cops.

An international manhunt is now underway to find Mr Sharif, his partner Beinash Batool and Sara’s uncle Faisal Malik and bring them back to Britain to face questioning.

Yesterday, video showed Mr Sharif and Ms Batool sitting together as Ms Batool read a statement over the August 10 tragedy.

In the clip, she revealed 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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Police in Pakistan have raided at least 20 homes as the search ramps up for the missing trio.

And now cops have today revealed they are searching two UK homes.

These include the family’s previous address in Eden Grove Road, Byfleet, and their most recent home address in Hammond Road, Horsell.

Cops say these searches are expected to continue into next week and police cordons will remain at both addresses while these are carried out.

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Detective Superintendent Mark Chapman, from the Surrey Police and Sussex Police Major Crime Team, said: “We are working hard to progress the investigation into Sara’s murder and a key part of this is piecing together information about her life from anyone who knew her or her family.

“We are grateful to everyone who has come forward with information, and I would like to stress that any information, no matter how insignificant it might seem, could be of use in developing our understanding of her lifestyle.

“Every single piece of information that we receive is reviewed by the investigation team and further enquiries carried out if appropriate. I would urge anyone who may have information and hasn’t yet come forward to reach out to us.

“There are a number of ways you can do this – you can report information via our portal, which is in both English and Urdu, you can call 101 if you would prefer to speak on the phone, or if you would like to remain anonymous, call the independent charity Crimestoppers.”

It's still unclear how Sara died, however a previous post-mortem revealed the little girl suffered “multiple and extensive injuries which are likely to have been caused over a sustained and extended period of time”.

And last month, the little girl's uncle – Urfan’s brother Imran Sharif – allegedly claimed Sara died after breaking her neck when she fell down a flight of stairs.

It is understood her dad fled capital Islamabad with Ms Batool and Mr Malik 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.

They are now widening their search area for the on-the-run trio as the net closes in.

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

To report information anonymously, call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.

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