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8 January 2011, 12:29
Detectives investigating the murder of Sukhwinder Singh in Barking in January 2010, are renewing their appeals for information on the first anniversary of his death.
They are also offering a £20,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible.
Inquiries by officers continue but the investigation team is using the anniversary of Mr Singh's death as an opportunity to encourage people to come forward with fresh information about the incident.
Detective Chief Inspector Steve Clayman who is leading the investigation, believes that there are people in the community who may hold vital information but for various reasons do not feel able to come forward.
He said: "I appreciate that some people are not comfortable speaking to the police but I would ask them to put aside any pre-conceptions they may have and trust the police to deal with their information responsibly.
"Those holding information must understand that catching the killers is their business and not someone else's."