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A man who is believed to have stabbed a bus passenger to death in Birmingham last night is on the run.
West Midlands Police have launched a murder investigation and are trying to trace the suspect.
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Our reporter Nick Smith is at the scene where a bus passenger was stabbed to death in Birmingham.
It happened last night on Rookery Road in Handsworth.
A murder investigation is underway after a bus passenger was stabbed to death in Birmingham last night.
Police are hunting the knifeman after the victim was attacked at around 10.43pm in Rookery Road, Handsworth.
Emergency services were immediately dispatched to the scene where a man, aged in his 30s, was found with stab injuries on the upper deck of the bus.
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A 41-year-old has been charged with murdering a man following a stabbing in a city park.
Umesh Parekh, 34, was fatally injured in Waverhill Park in the Handsworth area of Birmingham on June 19 this year.
West Midlands Police said Ranjit Singh, of Clarence Road in Handsworth appeared in court charged with murder.
Officers added Singh was remanded into a secure mental health establishment following his court appearance.
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