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Javid Ali Appeal

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 On Friday 15 June 2012 Paisley shopkeeper Javaid Ali was stabbed in his store on Green Road, Paisley, just outside Glasgow. He died two weeks later at the Royal Alexandra Hospital, with his wife and three sons by his side.

The 48-year-old, who had been running the Sunshine Licensed Grocer for three and a half years, had gone to work as normal that day. Just after 5pm, he dialled 999 to say he had been attacked.

On June 29, his family made the decision to switch off his life support and he died a short time later.

The shop was the hub of the community and the area would have been busy at the time of the attack.

Javaid’s killer could have escaped in a number of possible directions either on foot or in a vehicle – either way down Green Road, down Cardell Road or along a cycle track that runs behind the shop. The track takes you either in the direction of Lounsdale Road or Fulbar Road. It can be accessed via a grassy knoll near the store.

Can You Help

• Were you in the area on the day of the attack? If so, you need to contact police as you may have vital information which could help them.

• Were you a customer in the shop especially between 4:30pm and 5:10pm on the day of the attack? If so, you need to contact police as you may have vital information which could help them.

• Police still need to track down the following witnesses:

• A till transaction in the shop shows someone bought something for 35p just after 5pm and shortly before the attack. Was that person you? If so you need to come forward.

• A man was seen running from the area of the cycle path near the Lord Lounsdale pub which is about a quarter of a mile away. He is described as white, around 20 years old, 6ft tall, slim build, wearing grey jogging suit bottoms, with very short shaved hair.

• A woman was seen near the shop walking from the direction of the cycle track shortly after the attack. She is described as white, with dark hair in a pony-tail. She was wearing a dark jacket to her waist and either a dark coloured long pinny or t-shirt which came down under her jacket and was carrying shopping bags.
• Crimestoppers and the Association of Convenience Stores have teamed up to offer a £50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person/people responsible for Javaid’s murder.

Contact Strathclyde Police Incident Room On 0141 435 1022
Or Anonymously Through Crimestoppers Website

 

 

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The Vanessa Riddle Appeal Ladies Night

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Ladies’ Night on Friday 24th February 2012, 7.30pm – 11pm (Over 18’s only)
Beechwood Community Centre, Shortroods Road, Paisley.

All proceeds donated to The Vanessa Riddle Appeal .

 

Lots of lovely stalls, many with handcrafted items, as well as prize raffles.
No bar, but… you can bring your own bottle! 🙂
Tickets £2.50 each available by emailing AngieHeaney@me.com or call 07946 169220
Donations of prizes for the raffle will be very welcome. If any local businesses would like to help this excellent cause, please contact me as above.

 

If you can’t attend & would like to donate you can do so here: http://www.justgiving.com/Angie-Heaney


 

 

 

Appeal from Scottish National Blood Transfusion service

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Help Required (appeal from Clyde 1)

The Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service has been in touch with us. Due to the bad weather, we’re asking as many people as possible to give blood this week.

For further information on where you can give blood,
call 0845 90 90 999
or visit www.scotblood.co.uk

Paisley Gallery now has 1,734 pictures online

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If you have not visited our online gallery for a few days, weeks or even months then you will be surprised at just how many new images we have of Paisley online.

There was a time when our gallery used to be updated every odd month or so if at all but these days the gallery is updated at least two or three times per week. Paisley Town has never looked so good and its not just one person that contributes to the gallery, you do…. So if you have taken a picture of Paisley or have an old school photo from long ago then write an email to enquiries@paisley.org.uk and we will send you directions on how to upload to our gallery and start contributing to the Paisley community website today.

http://www.paisley.org.uk/gallery/gallery.php