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Investigation of Minor Girl Murder Case in Pakistan

Global manhunt for 3 suspects in 10-year-old Sarah Sharif’s murder.

The body of the murder teenager was discovered in the early morning hours at her Surrey home.

Detectives have determined there were no other persons at the property when they arrived on Thursday morning, a Surrey Police spokeswoman told MailOnline. The victim had three contacts who he wanted to talk to.

The trio had one-way tickets out of the country before their remains were discovered, the British newspaper added.

According to information provided to the media by a local travel agency, a person who knew the girl called them on August 8 and requested tickets for three adults and five children to fly to Pakistan.

The serious crime squads of the Surrey and Sussex Police are not attempting to identify anyone else, according to Det Supt Mark Chapman.

The National Crime Agency (NCA) has additionally disclosed that Surrey Police are assisting it in its probe.

The British government has not made any official approach in this regard, according to the Pakistani police.

The girl mother was informed and is still receiving assistance from skilled officers, according to Surrey Police.

Mother Olga Sharif

Olga Sharif, Sara’s mother, told The Sun that as her ex-husband Irfan Sharif became increasingly involved in her life, Sara’s behavior deteriorated.

Irfan, 41, and Ms. Sharif, 36, were wed in November 2009, however the union was reportedly dissolved in 2017. In 2019, Sarah and her brother, 13, were given sole custody to her ex-husband. Ms. Sharif claims that she has only been permitted to see her kids twice since then.

Ms. Sharif is still awaiting an autopsy’s findings to learn how her daughter passed away. They are hoping for a burial for Sarah in her native Poland. Today was the post-mortem examination date.

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