A year after the death of a man from Solihull, his wife is appealing to the public for information to trace a key suspect in the ongoing murder investigation.
28-year-old Giovanni Lewis died from a stab wound to his heart after being attacked in Hadfield Way Kingshurst on the 18 October last year.
Despite a number of appeals and a Crimestoppers reward, a key suspect in the murder inquiry, Jammal Chase, remains at large.
Giovanni’s wife, Dawn Lewis, joined Detective Inspector Paul Joyce today urging anyone with information on 20-year-old Chase’s whereabouts to come forward. Mrs Lewis said:
DI Joyce is also appealing to Jammal directly to get in touch and he’s also warned that anyone hindering the investigation by sheltering Chase runs the risk of being jailed. He said:
A reward of up to £5,000 is still available to anyone who provides information which leads to the arrest of Jammal Chase.
Anyone with information can contact the Homicide Team on 101 or call the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.