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The Foreigner Milton Keynes murder weapon recovered. Police have recovered the gun used in the recent double shooting of a Norwegian-Somali and his friend and arrested four youths. It has been over a month since the tragic killing of Amin Ahmed Ismail, 18, and Mohamed Abdi Farah, 19 on Milton Keynes’ Fishermead council estate. The four youths now out on bail, 15, 17, and two 16-year-olds, were arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm last week in Penryn Avenue in the early hours of the morning following a disturbance. The address is not far from where the crime was committed.

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Milton Keynes murder weapon recovered

Published on Monday, 4th July, 2011 at 22:18 under the news category, by Alison Kennedy.

Police have recovered the gun used in the recent double shooting of a Norwegian-Somali and his friend and arrested four youths.



It has been over a month since the tragic killing of Amin Ahmed Ismail, 18, and Mohamed Abdi Farah, 19 on Milton Keynes’ Fishermead council estate.

The four youths now out on bail, 15, 17, and two 16-year-olds, were arrested on suspicion of possession of a firearm last week in Penryn Avenue in the early hours of the morning following a disturbance. The address is not far from where the crime was committed.

“During the incident a firearm was recovered and on initial examination it appears likely this firearm is the same gun as the one used to kill Mohammed Farah and Amin Ismail,” says Detective Superintendant Rob Mason, leading the investigation, in a press release.

He believes this could be the breakthrough that they have been waiting for.

“This is potentially an important development in the inquiry and I would like to stress that it is now vital that anyone who witnessed the incident this morning, or who has any information about the murder of Mohammed and Amin tells the police what they know.”

Two local Fishermead resident who wish to remain anonymous for reasons of personal safety told The Foreigner today, “Fishermead has been patrolled by police every night for the past month and every street corner has a police officer on foot patrol.”

“It is even scarier to live in Fishermead now. There is no sense of community and everybody is looking over their shoulder, this is no way to live,” said the other.

Nine people were previously arrested in connection with the crime, but have since been released.

Det Supt Mason urges members of the public with any information that may help to contact him on 0845 8 505 505, or phone Crimstoppers on 0800 555 111 if they do not wish to give their name.



Published on Monday, 4th July, 2011 at 22:18 under the news category, by Alison Kennedy.

This post has the following tags: miltonkeynesshootings, norwegian-somalimohamedabdifarah, aminahmedismail.





  
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