Two Women Remanded In Custody Over Bradford Double Murder

Two women have been remanded in custody charged with murder after the bodies of two men were found in Bradford.

The women, aged 63 and 26, were arrested at a house in Leeds Road in Bradford on Friday. Forensic teams are also working at a separate address in Heath Terrace in the city.

The pair have been charged with two counts of murder and two counts of assisting an offender and will be in court later today.

27 year old Shahbzada Muhammed Imran, of Bradford, and  35 year old Ahmedin Sayed Khyel, from London, were found dead on New Lane, Tong, in Bradford on Tuesday night.

Both had suffered serious head injuries.

A West Yorkshire Police spokesman said the victims left a house in Gloucester Avenue in the city together on foot at around 8pm on Tuesday.

The spokesman said: "I am appealing for anyone who saw the men in the area at this time to contact us so that we can piece together their movements in the period before their deaths.'!

Detectives said no weapons had been found and they were investigating whether the men had been attacked elsewhere and then moved.

Mr Imran was also known as Imran Khan in the Gloucester Avenue area where he lived.

A vehicle that may have been involved in the case has been recovered in the Whetley Lane area of the city.