برمنگھم میں ابراہیم، حسن روف اور حمزہ یوسف کو اغوا کیس میں جیل کی سزا
برمنگھم میں تین پاکستانی نژاد کو اغوا اور چوری کے اقدام میں جیل کی سزا سنا دی گئی۔ تفصیلات کے مطابق برمنگھم میں تین افراد نے مل کر ایک کالج کے طالبعلم کو اغوا کیا۔ اور اسے گن پوائنٹ پر اپنے ہی گھر میں چوری پر مجبور کیا جہاں سے انھوں نے کیمرہ، سونا اور نقدی چوری کی۔ بعد میں کالج طالبعلم کو قریبی پارک میں اتار دیا۔ پولیس نے سی سی ٹی وی کی مدد سے مجرمین کو گرفتار کیا۔ ابراہیم اور حمزہ یوسف کو اقدام جرم کے نتیجے میں یکے بعد دیگرے سزا سنائی گئی جبکہ حسن کی تلاش جاری ہے عدالت نے اس کی غیر موجودگی میں اسے سزا سنا دی ہے۔
Three men have been jailed for kidnapping a college student and forcing him to rob his own family home. Brothers Ibrahim and Hassan Rauf captured the 18-year-old student on 8 May last year after Ibrahim lured him into a shop in Birmingham on the pretence of feeling faint and needing help.
Hassan, aged 22 was lying in wait armed with a knife and bundled the teenager into a Ford Fiesta where he was repeatedly punched and his phone stolen.
He was driven to the home of the Raufs in Yardley where the victim’s face was covered with a hood and − having been put into a Vauxhall Astra − driven to his own home and forced to help another unknown accomplice steal a camera, Asian gold and £2,000 in cash.
The student was eventually dropped off in a Hall Green park where Hassan, now joined by 24-year-old Hamza Yusuf, was again subjected to a flurry of punches and kicks.
Officers arrested the siblings from their home address two weeks later and seized CCTV showing Yusuf’s role in the kidnap and assault.
At Birmingham Crown Court they were found guilty of kidnap, while Ibrahim was found guilty of a further charge of robbery and Hassan was found guilty of a further charges of robbery and conspiracy to burgle.
Ibrahim Rauf, aged 18, Fastpits Road, Yardley, was sentenced to four years. Hamza Yusuf, aged 24, of Springfield Road, Moseley, was sentenced to six years. Hassan, of Fastpits Road, Yardley, is currently wanted for failing to appear at court and there is a warrant out for his arrest. He was sentenced in his absence to nine years.