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West Midlands Police have confirmed in a press conference that two sets of CCTV are to be released from around the time Mohammed Saleem was attacked on Monday.
One piece shows a white male running in nearby Wyndcliffe Road. Police say he could be central to the inquiry but could be unconnected.
Another piece of footage shows a seven seater people carrier type vehicle near to the mosque.
The family members of 75 year old Mohammed Saleem are speaking at a press conference about his murder.
The father and grandfather was stabbed in the back as he walked home in Small Heath on Monday night.
West Midlands Police are holding a press conference to update us on their investigation into a fatal stabbing in Birmingham.
75 year old Mohammed Saleem Chaudhry was stabbed three times in the back as he walked home from a mosque in Small Heath on Monday night.
West Midlands Police are holding a press conference as they appeal for help following the murder of a 75-year-old man in Birmingham.
Mohammed Saleem Chaudhry was stabbed three times in the back as he walked home from a mosque in the Small Heath area of the city on Monday night.
Detectives in Birmingham say the community could hold the key to solving the murder of Mr Chaudhry.
Shazia Khan, Mr Chaudhry's daughter, spoke outside her father's home after his death:
"We're just so shocked. For him to lose his life in such a brutal way."
Detectives in Birmingham say the community could hold the key to solving the murder of Mohammed Saleem, the 75-year-old man who was stabbed to death just metres from his home.
Mr Saleem was on his way home from evening prayers in the Small Heath area of Birmingham when he was attacked. Michael Sibert reports.
Hussain Tassadaq from Green Lane Masjid and Community Centre says the Muslim community is still shocked and traumatised after the murder of a 75 year-old man in Small Heath, Birmingham, as he walked home from evening prayers.
Detectives investigating the murder of a 75 year-old man in Small Heath, Birmingham are appealing for witnesses.
They are calling on the local community to come forward with any information.
Detective Superintendent Mark Payne, who is leading the inquiry into Mr Saleem's murder, says,
Detectives investigating the death of 75-year-old Mohammed Saleem in Small Heath in Birmingham are appealing to the local community to help solve his murder. He was stabbed three times in the back as he walked home from a mosque on Monday night.