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Hannah’s parents leave for India to track down killer

London, July 5
Fifteen months after the murder of their daughter, Hillary and Trevor Foster of Hampshire plan to travel to India next week to track down the suspected killer, Maninder Pal Singh Kohli, a sandwich delivery driver who disappeared from his home in Southampton, shortly after Hannah Foster’s body was found.

Hannah, a gifted A-Level student (Senior Secondary) who planned to study medicine at university, was killed as she was going home after a night out with friends. Shortly after her body was found, Kohli disappeared from his home, leaving behind his wife and two children.

According to the police, inquiries revealed that he had boarded a plane to Delhi and then travelled to Chandigarh, where his family live. His parents, two brothers and a sister say they have no idea where he is.

Mrs Foster, 47, a nurse in a cardiac arrest unit and her 53-year-old husband, a senior auditor for British Gas Exploration Company, have not been able to work since Hannah’s death.

They have decided to travel from their home in Southampton, Hants, to India to see for themselves what attempts the police there are making to track down Kohli.
PTI
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