New arrest over Salford Brookhouse Wines store murder

Nasar Hussain
Image caption Nasar Hussain was an innocent victim, police said

Officers investigating the murder of a shop worker in Salford in July 2009 have made a further arrest.

A 36-year-old man was arrested at Leeds Bradford Airport on suspicion of the murder of Nasar Hussain, 27, at Brookhouse Wines, Winton.

Five men were jailed over the murder at Manchester Crown Court in February.

Simeon Henderson, 28, who admitted murder, fired five shots at Mr Hussain in what the court heard was a mistaken identity killing inspired by a feud.

Jailed for life

The arrested man has been bailed until 5 April pending further inquiries.

Henderson, from Huddersfield, Mohammed Hafiz, 43, of Cheetham Hill, and Arfan Rafiq, 26, of Oldham, were all jailed for life.

Ryan Manning, 22, of Higher Ince, was convicted of manslaughter and was handed an indeterminate sentence with a minimum term of eight years.

Akmal Afzal, 25, of Bolton was convicted of possessing a prohibited weapon and assisting an offender and was jailed for seven years.

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