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Surrey Police release new images in Sara Sharif murder

In a significant development this week, Surrey Police have unveiled two newly discovered photographs as part of their relentless pursuit of justice in the tragic case of 10-year-old Sara Sharif. The investigation was initiated following the discovery of Sara’s lifeless body in Woking on August 10th.

These latest images depict Sara in attire believed to be representative of the months leading up to her untimely demise. Authorities are now banking on these visuals to spur the community into action, encouraging individuals to step forward with any potential information regarding Sara and her family.

Since the heart-wrenching loss of Sara, diligent officers have been actively collaborating with community leaders and disseminating informational pamphlets throughout the Woking region. Notably, eye-catching posters have been prominently exhibited in and around Woking’s central train station, as well as at various taxi ranks in the town.

In a bid to ensure inclusivity and reach a wider audience, the appeal has been meticulously translated into written Urdu. Furthermore, it has been presented in video format to effectively communicate with residents whose primary language is Urdu.

Although the appeal has already generated a number of inquiries, investigators remain steadfast in their quest for answers. They are urging anyone, irrespective of how seemingly insignificant their knowledge may appear, to come forward. Each piece of information is considered a valuable fragment in reconstructing Sara’s life and untangling the complex web of events leading to her demise.

Surrey Police have made it convenient for the public to report any information. This can be done through direct messages or by dialing 101. An online portal has also been established, available in both English and Urdu for ease of use:

For those who wish to maintain their anonymity while providing crucial information, the independent charity Crimestoppers can be reached at 0800 555 111. The collective effort of the community is pivotal in achieving justice for Sara Sharif.

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