Detectives investigating the death of a Coventry toddler two years ago are still appealing for information from the community that could prove crucial to the case.
Mariam Alam died in hospital from head injuries on 30 November 2011 after paramedics were called to a house in Foleshill’s Fisher Road.
Mystery surrounded the toddler’s death but in July this year a family friend and neighbour was charged with her murder.
He remains in prison ahead of a scheduled court trial in February next year, whilst two other people from Fisher Road – women aged 33 and 26 – have also been charged with attempting to pervert the course of justice.
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