A POSTER offering a £20,000 reward has been released in Pakistan by police trying to trace a man wanted in connection with the murder of Bradford officer Sharon Beshenivsky in 2005.
West Yorkshire Police are renewing their appeal to find 50-year-old Piran Ditta Khan on the fourth anniversary of Pc Beshenivsky’s death.
Detectives believe there is a "strong possibility" Khan is in Pakistan and are asking the people of the country to come forward with any information.
Pc Beshenivsky was shot dead as she and colleague Teresa Millburn from Birstall, attended a report of a robbery at Universal Travel Agents, on Morley Street, on November 18, 2005.
Six men have already been convicted for their parts in the robbery and murder and inquiries have been under way to trace Khan since the shooting.
A police spokeswoman said: "Those inquiries are still under way but police believe there is a strong possibility that Khan is in Pakistan and, through Crimestoppers, have taken the unusual step of releasing a wanted poster there offering a £20,000 reward."
Detective Superintendent Andy Brennan added: "I am as committed now as I was in November 2005 to see this inquiry through to a conclusion.
"It is extremely important we trace Piran Ditta Khan and place him before the courts in Great Britain.
"I am appealing directly to people in Pakistan - if you know, or suspect you know, where Piran Ditta Khan might be, please tell us."