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Police renew appeal to find man wanted in connection to Corey Dobbe murder

Corey Dobbe

Police renew appeal to find man wanted in connection to Corey Dobbe murder

Humberside Police have once again renewed their appeal to locate a man they wish to speak to in connection with the murder of Corey Dobbe.

Today marks four months to the day since Corey was tragically murdered in Hull – he was just 23 years old.

Police have so far been unable to locate Moise Djuku, who they believe has “crucial information” about Corey’s death.

This is despite the £5,000 reward being offered by Crimestoppers for any information given to them that locates Mr Djuku.

The Senior Investigating Office (SIO) Detective Chief Inspector Alan Curtis said: “For operational reasons I am unable to share much of the information we have gathered in connection with Corey’s death.

“Our investigation into his murder has continued to focus on locating Moise Djuku who we believe has crucial information.

“Corey’s body has now been released to his family and his funeral took place on 16 September. We remain in support of Corey’s family as they continue to come to terms with Corey’s senseless killing.

“A huge amount of work has been undertaken by our team of investigators. They have acted on every single piece of information that has been called in to us. I would appeal again for anyone with any information, no matter how small, that they might have in connection with Corey’s death to come to us.

“Our investigation focus remains to locate Moise Djuku. As yet we have not been able to find him, despite extensive searches, a nationwide wanted appeal and a BBC Crimewatch appeal.

“Someone out there knows where he is and we would welcome any information that would help us locate him.”

Anyone with information is asked to call Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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