Detectives investigation the fatal stabbing of a man in Leeds have issued an appeal to locate two males wanted for his murder.
The Homicide and Major Enquiry Team (HMET) would like to speak to anyone who can help them locate Emile Riggan (22) and Louis Grant (AKA O’Brien) aged 29, who are wanted in connection with the murder of Emmanuel Nyabako (19).
Emmanuel was stabbed in an incident in Francis Street, Chapeltown in the early hours of Saturday 26 August, suffering serious injuries which were to prove fatal.
Officers have been conducting enquiries in the Sheffield area to locate Louis Grant /O ‘Brien and it is believed Emile Riggan may have travelled to Ireland.
Another male, Phillip Bryant, aged 32, of Skinner Lane in Leeds, has so far been charged with Emmanuel’s murder and was remanded in court custody pending trial
A 15-year-old school boy and 34-year-old woman also arrested in connection with the offence remain on police bail.
Detective Chief Inspector Damian Roebuck, of the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, said: “Our investigation into Emmanuel’s murder continues and we are now in a position to issue images of two males wanted on suspicion of his murder.
“We believe Louis Grant, who also goes by O’Brien, is active in the Sheffield area and that Emile Riggan travelled to the Republic of Ireland by ferry.
“We are conducting enquiries with partners in both locations and would ask anyone who can help us locate either man to contact the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team, ( HMET) at West Yorkshire Police."