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Police Release CCTV Cameras After Sikh Priestleft for dead’ on Manchester street | Greater Manchester

family of Sikh priest who was left with fateful injuries after “cruel” attack in Manchester appealed. for information.

62-year- the old man was in hospital since attack on June 23rd. He was found in a pool of blood after the police were called by the Northwest Ambulance Service for a report of human found unconscious in road on Tib Street just until 18:30.

The surveillance camera showed that the victim was attacked by a man. unknown man near Hilton street in Manchester before the perpetrator fled the scene on leg after the victim has lost consciousness in middle of road at the scene.

Greater Manchester Police released CCTV footage. of in attack next to pictures of a man and a woman, in their opinion, will be able to help with investigation.

DI Mark Astbury, of Longsight CID stated: “We took in decision release CCTV footage with in family with permission, just to show harshness and recklessness of this is attack and why are we need do sure criminal found and face the consequences of his terrible actions.

In the statement of the victim family described the priest as “devoted husband as well as father” who lived, worked and supported community in a city he loved for 37 years”.

family described attack as “brainless” and “cruel” and said that their loved ones one was “left for dead on noisy streets of Manchester.” They described him as a man who “couldn’t say a single hateful or negative comment, who taught others to be kind.”

family filed an appeal for informationasking for “anyone who knows something or knows that the perpetrator will come forward”.

They said: “This more two months have passed since the incident, and we have not come close to finding them and delivering them to justice for their actions.

“Please, please act today and not out of hate but stop it happening again to someone else and tearing the other family apart, no matter how we wish it’s torment on anyone more.”

Anyone with information or who can recognize a man or woman in a photo in images asking to contact the police on 0161 856 6049 .
People can also contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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