Monday, 6 June 2016

Police investigating the murder and disappearance of Peter and Sylvia Stuart say Ali Qazimaj is a key person they need to trace.
15:02, UK,Monday 06 June 2016
Ali Qazimaj
Police have released an image of a man they want to speak to following the murder of a man and the disappearance of his wife.
Ali Qazimaj - who was last seen on Friday before Peter and Sylvia Stuart were reported missing - was identified as a suspect on Sunday.
A body, believed to be that of Peter Stuart, 75, was found in woodland in Weybread, Suffolk, with a number of fatal knife wounds.
Police are continuing to search for his wife Sylvia, 69, and say there is a "possibility that she is still alive".
Peter and Sylvia Stuart
Suffolk Police said Mr Qazimaj, who had been living in the Thurrock area, was a "key person" they needed to trace in their inquiry.
They said he had "a connection" with Mr and Mrs Stuart's family - although it was not a strong one.
His car - a silver Citroen C3 - has been searched after it was found in a residential area of Dover and will be tested for forensic evidence.
Police said the location of the discovery made it possible that Mr Qazimaj had already crossed the English Channel and made it to mainland Europe.
Mr Qazimaj - who is believed to be from the former Yugoslavia - is described as white, around 5ft 6in tall, with brown eyes and dark brown greying hair. 
Police are urging members of the public not to approach him but to call 999 immediately if he is spotted.
Detective Chief Superintendent Simon Parkes said: "This remains a fast moving investigation and our priority continues to be to trace Sylvia. With this in mind we are keen to speak to Ali Qazimaj.
"Officers are working to locate him and we would ask anyone with information about where he is to get in contact with police as a matter of urgency."
A 61-year-old man arrested on Sunday remains in police custody.