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First picture of murder victim Raziul Hassan

Wolverhampton | News | Published:

This family of a man stabbed to death in the Black Country today released this picture as they paid tribute to him.

This family of a man stabbed to death in the Black Country today released this picture as they paid tribute to him.

Talented Raziul Hassan hoped for a career in design.

The 24-year-old died a short while after being found by police lying on a driveway in Crosby Close, Whitmore Reans, Wolverhampton. Police have launched a murder inquiry.

He was attacked along with his brother and cousin on Thursday night.

Mr Hassan's uncle, Syed Mohsin Abbas, aged 50, of Tettenhall, today said his nephew was a gentle person who was hoping to eventually make a career for himself as a designer or artist.

"As a child he had a talent and passion for designing things and creative art, " said Mr Abbas.

"He would draw cars and make pictures and he was planning to take it up as a career, but that has now been cut short.

"He even studied art at Wulfrun College and then went to University of Wolverhampton for a couple of years."

Mr Abbas added: "He was very gentle lad, a really good lad and he did not deserve to die that way. He was born and bred here, and he grew up on this estate. So did his brother and his cousin. "

The other victims injured in the attack were named by Mr Abbas as the dead man's brother Mohammed Qasim Mehdi, 23 and his cousin Syed Amir Imam, 19.

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