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Leader's appeal after killing of Mohamed Issa Koroma
Following the killing of Mohamed Issa Koroma in Sheffield city centre last Friday (17 September), Leader of Sheffield City Council, Councillor Terry Fox has expressed his deep sadness and joined the appeal for information.
Cllr Fox said: “Mohamed’s death is just horrendous – I can’t imagine what this young man’s family and friends are going through. My thoughts are with them and the wider community, who I know will be deeply affected by this attack. Investigations are still taking place, and this is now with the courts.
“We will continue to assist the police and the community and will provide support however we can. The police are appealing for information – please, if you know anything at all, get in touch with them by calling 101 and quoting incident number 585 of 17 September. You can also stay completely anonymous by contacting Crimestoppers at Crimestoppers-uk.org or 0800 555 111.”
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