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Meadow Lane stabbing: Police appeal for dash cam footage

Detectives are calling for anyone with dash cam footage to help support a police investigation into the fatal stabbing of a 26-year-old man.

Officers were called to the Texaco garage in Meadow Lane, Nottingham, at approximately 6.25pm on Wednesday (31 January).

Mohammed Duraab Khan was treated by paramedics but despite their best attempts, he died from his injuries a short time later.

Haseeb Majid, aged 22, of Wilford Crescent East, The Meadows, was charged with murder.

He has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at Nottingham Crown Court on May 17.

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Two other men, aged 46 and 23, were also arrested on suspicion of murder and remain on bail while inquiries continue.

Detectives are calling on the public’s support for any remaining dash cam footage which hasn’t already been supplied to the police.

They are particularly interested in any dash cam footage captured on Wednesday 31 January at the below locations:

  • Wilford Crescent East and West
  • Bentley Street
  • Bunbury Street
  • Green Street
  • Frazer Street
  • Pyatt Street
  • Turney Street

Detective Inspector Kaz Smithson, who is leading the investigation, said:

“Our thoughts continue to remain with Mr Khan’s family and friends.

“We continue to support them throughout this investigation.

“Our extensive investigation is still continuing and we would very much like to thank the public for their help and assistance.

“Our fresh appeal is for anyone with dash cam footage before and after 6.25pm on Wednesday 31 January. This could be from any cars, work vans, or taxis in these streets during that day.”

If you can assist the investigation, please call 101 quoting incident number 640 of 31 January 2024, or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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