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Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Sister makes emotional plea over Beyake Keita Ann's brutal murder in Attock Park, Bradford

Sister makes emotional plea over Beyake Keita Ann's brutal murder in Attock Park, Bradford
Sister makes emotional plea over Beyake Keita Ann's brutal murder in Attock Park, Bradford

Sister makes emotional plea over Beyake Keita Ann's brutal murder in Attock Park, Bradford

THE sister of a young man, who was brutally murdered in a Bradford park during a disturbance over an innocent game of football, has made an emotional plea to the community to hand in his killer to police.
Beyake Keita Ann, 21, died in hospital from serious head injuries, three weeks after he and his friends were attacked in Attock ParkBradford Moor, by a mob brandishing machetes, sticks and baseball bats.
The armed gang had been summoned to the scene by two Asian men who were involved in an altercation with the footballers after their ball hit a parked car.


Detective Chief Inspector Ian Scott, who is leading the murder investigation, said Beyake was an innocent bystander.
“Beyake was sat to the side of the pitch, not involved in this disorder in any way, shape or form. However, he was brutally attacked, being struck around the head.”
The disturbance took place at about 8pm on Tuesday, August 23.
Mr Keita Ann, a Spanish Muslim of Gambian descent, only came to the UK in May to find work to support himself and his family, and loved to play football with his friends.
His sister, Danlo Keita Ann, supported by his tearful father Lahami Keita, spoke through an interpreter to urge the public to come forward.
She said: “When Beyake was killed our whole family was completely destroyed. We can’t believe that we won’t get to see our lovely boy again, who was only 21-years-old and had his whole life to look forward to.



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