Police caught who stabbed Sikh shopkeeper to death in UK
Three teenage boys and a young man will appear in court today charged with the murder of a shopkeeper who was bludgeoned to death during a robbery at his store.
Sikh shopkeeper stabbed to death in Britain
London, Feb 22, 2010 (IANS) A 63-year-old Sikh man was killed in Britain's Huddersfield town after he was savagely attacked by four teenagers, the second attack on his shop within a week, a media report said Monday.
Gurmail Singh, 63, suffered head injuries when he was viciously assaulted by the hammer-wielding gang and died in hospital seven hours later, Daily Express reported.
Three teenage boys and man, 20, charged with murder of shopkeeper
Muawaz Khalid, 20, and three 17-year-old boys will appear before magistrates accused of the murder and robbery of Gurmail Singh, who died after the raid on the shop in the Cowcliffe area of Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, last month.
Mr Singh, 63, received serious head injuries when he was struck at least nine times with a weapon, believed to be a hammer, on February 20 and died in hospital early the following morning.
West Yorkshire Police said the four people were charged with the offences last night. They will appear at Huddersfield Magistrates' Court this morning.