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Kriss police arrive in Pakistan
Kriss Donald
Kriss Donald was abducted near his home in Glasgow
Police have arrived in Pakistan to make the final arrangements to bring three people to Scotland in connection with the murder of Kriss Donald.

The 15-year-old was abducted near his home on the southside of Glasgow last March. His body was found the next day.

The Strathclyde Police delegation was met at Islamabad airport by the Glasgow Central MP Mohammed Sarwar.

Mr Sarwar has been heavily involved in negotiations with the Pakistani Government over extradition.

The UK and Pakistan do not have a formal extradition treaty.

In July of this year, Pakistani police detained Zeeshan Shahid and Mohammed Mustaq in a village near Faisalabad.

Imran Shaid was arrested several days later in the city of Lahore.

One of the men had opposed extradition but at a hearing on 11 August he dropped his objection.




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