The mother of Pavandeep Daudher has made an emotional appeal for help to find her son’s killer. This comes after police named the teenager who was stabbed to death at a petrol station earlier this week in a “horrifying” incident. West Midlands Police have launched a murder investigation.
Pavandeep Daudher, from Holbrooks, was aged just 19. He was found at the BP petrol station in Lockhurst Lane with a stab wound to his leg just after 11pm on Tuesday night. He died shortly after midnight on Wednesday morning.
Pavandeep’s mother Amarjit Kaur has today appealed for anyone with information about her son’s death to come forward.
She said: “Someone has taken the life of my son and I don’t want anyone else to have to go through the pain that we are now going through.
“So if anyone does know anything about what happened to my son please come forward – please contact police as soon as possible.”
The murder is being linked to an assault in a car in nearby Princess Street at the junction with Station Street. The petrol station was cordoned off after the incident, with two blue tents erected in the forecourt of the garage in Foleshill.
Det Insp Stuart Mobberley of force CID, said: “Our sympathies remain with Pavandeep’s family as they try to come to terms with this horrifying crime.
“They are continuing to be supported by our specially trained officers at this difficult time and we are doing all we can to find whoever is responsible.”
Anyone with information can contact us via Live Chat at west-midlands.police.uk or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111. Please quote crime reference number 20CV/80609C/20.