Three teens charged with Huddersfield murder of Khalfan Seif

Three teenagers to appear before court after being charged with the murder of man, 33, who was found stabbed to death at his home

  • Khalfan Seif, 33, was stabbed to death last weekend at his home in Huddersfield 
  • Police were called to the scene on Springdale Avenue on Saturday, January 14
  • Sahil Ansar, Amaan Ansar and Wahaab Said will appear in court on Monday

Three men will appear in court on Monday charged with the murder of a 33-year-old man at his home in Huddersfield on January 14. 

Khalfan Seif, was pronounced dead shortly after he was rushed from his home on Springdale Avenue, Huddersfield following the stabbing. 

West Yorkshire Police said Sahil Ansar, 18, Amaan Ansar, 19 and Wahaab Said, 19, will all appear before magistrates in Leeds on Monday, January 23. 

The men, from Huddersfield and Sheffield have all been charged on suspicion of robbery and murder. 

Khalfan Seif, pictured, from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, was attacked at his home last weekend and died a short time later in hospital

Khalfan Seif, pictured, from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, was attacked at his home last weekend and died a short time later in hospital

Police were called to the scene on Springdale Avenue, Huddersfield on Saturday, January 14 where they discovered Mr Seif suffering grievous injuries

Police were called to the scene on Springdale Avenue, Huddersfield on Saturday, January 14 where they discovered Mr Seif suffering grievous injuries 

Police described Mr Seif as a ‘much loved family man’. Friends and family said he would be missed.  

A 22-year-old woman arrested on Thursday on suspicion of assisting an offender has been released under investigation. 

The murder probe is being headed by the Homicide and Major Enquiry team led by Detective Chief Inspector Damian Roebuck. 

He said: ‘I would like to thank the public for their help and support in this investigation.

‘We would still appeal to anyone who has CCTV footage that might help the investigation to come forward.’ 

He said anyone with information can contact his officers through the 101 service or by Live Chat on www.westyorkshire.police.uk/contactus, quoting crime reference 13230026309.

Those who wish to remain anonymous can contact the independent crime charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111. 

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