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Sajid Saddique murder inquiry detectives bail two Bradford men
Updated 6:10pm Thursday 20th February 2014 in News
Two men arrested on suspicion of murdering Bradford businessman Sajid Saddique have been released on police bail as investigations continue.
The Bradford men, aged 48 and 52, were released today after being questioned since their arrests yesterday.
West Yorkshire Police have started a murder inquiry after uncovering new information about the disappearance of married father-of-three Mr Saddique.
The car dealer, then aged 32, vanished on Valentine’s Day 2007 after attending a business meeting in Shipley.
His gold-coloured Volkswagen Bora car was found later that day by his family, parked in the Asda car park in Manor Road.
On Monday, Mr Saddique’s wife, Asma Razaq, joined the investigating officer, Detective Inspector Steve Snow, in making a further public appeal.
Anyone with information which can assist the inquiry has been urged to contact police on 101, or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.