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Solihull, West Mids, ENGLAND – A young woman stabbed to death along with her mum is believed to have been on the phone to police as she was violently attacked.

Raneem Oudeh, 22, and her mum Khaloa Saleem, 49, were killed outside their home in Solihull, West Mids, in the early hours of Monday.

Police hunting their killer today admitted the terrified pair had begged for help shortly before they died but officers were  “unsuccessful” in finding them.

The article goes on to state the following:

They are said to have called cops three times in the hours before she was killed.

In a statement, police said:  “There were a number of calls from Miss Oudeh to police on Sunday evening and we tried to physically locate her but were unsuccessful.

“Contact was being made to arrange to see Miss Oudeh and it was during this conversation that the situation quickly escalated and the call handler immediately dispatched officers to the location in Northdown Road where they arrived within minutes.”

West Midlands Police report the following:

West Midlands Police yesterday (27 Aug) named Janbaz Tarin as the man believed to be responsible for the murder of his ex-partner Raneem Oudeh and her mother Khaola Saleem who were found with fatal stab wounds outside an address in Northdown Road.

Officers have searched several addresses linked to the 21-year-old – an Afghan national – in Birmingham and seized computer equipment and mobile phones for analysis.

The suspected murder weapon has also been recovered and a van seized for forensic examination.

Detective Insp Caroline Corfield, who is leading the investigation, said the force has received tens of calls from members of the public providing information and potential sightings.

However, Tarin remains at large and she urged anyone with information to get in touch – and warned that anyone harboring the murder suspect also faces being jailed.

She said: “We have a team of detectives working around the clock to try and trace the killer and get justice for Raneem and Khaola’s family.

“The response from the public to our appeal has been positive and we are following up all credible lines of enquiry – but we need anyone with information on Tarin’s whereabouts to get in touch.

“This is a shocking, tragic case in which a young mum – who has a two-year-old son – and her mother have both been murdered in cold blood.

“We need to trace the man responsible… he deserves no protection and anyone who may be shielding him through a sense of misguided loyalty needs to know they are committing an offence and will be prosecuted unless they come forward.”

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