DETECTIVES are urging the public to help bring to justice the final suspect in the murder of Bradford PC Sharon Beshenivsky, on the ninth anniversary of her death.

PC Beshenivsky was gunned down as she responded to an armed robbery at a travel agency in Bradford city centre on November 18, 2005.

Her colleague, Teresa Milburn was also shot and seriously wounded in the Morley Street attack.

Bradford Divisional Commander Simon Atkin, Deputy Chief Constable John Robins and the Lord Mayor of Bradford Councillor Mike Gibbons were today laying flowers at the Memorial Stones Garden, behind City Hall, in memory of the mother-of-five.

Three men - Muzzaker Imtiaz Shah, Mustaf Jama and his younger brother Yusuf Jama - were all given minimum 35-year jail sentences for her murder.

Detectives are still hunting another member of the murder conspiracy gang, 'Uncle' Piran Ditta Khan. He fled to Pakistan after the murder and is thought to be still there.

There remains a £20,000 reward on his head.

Detective Superintendent Simon Atkinson, of the Protective Services (Crime) Department at West Yorkshire Police, said: "The senseless murder of PC Sharon Beshenivsky in 2005 is felt as keenly throughout the force today as it was back then - the passage of time has in no way diminished our sense of loss.

"Officers are always reminded of the impact she made on the force when they step into the Beshenivsky suite at Bradford Police Station or see a PCSO receiving the Beshenivsky award for PCSO of the Year.

"As part of the investigation into her murder we have previously named Piran Ditta Khan, 66, as someone we want to trace.

"He is thought to be living in Pakistan and everything possible is being done to trace him and bring him before the British courts.

"Although I cannot go into detail about what that work involves I can say that we have previously appealed directly to the people of Pakistan through Crimestoppers for any information that helps us to trace him.

"This investigation is not yet complete and will not be until everyone involved in any way in the murder of PC Beshenivsky is brought to justice. We have not ,and will not leave any stone unturned in our search for justice.

"The £20,000 reward on offer remains and I would like to take this opportunity to appeal again to the people of Pakistan or to anyone who knows where this man is to get in contact."

Chief Superintendent Atkin added: "The death of Sharon was the most impactive event police in Bradford have ever had to deal with, and it is still there today.

"Today, and in years to come, it is about making sure we do not forget the contribution Sharon made as a wife, mother, friend, community member and police officer."

Anyone with any information should call police on 101.