The identity of the person whose body was found in a former bank in Batley was disclosed by the police.
The body of Asgard Badshah, who was 39 years old, from Bradford, was discovered when police broke into a building on Commercial Street in Batley on Sunday, December 29.
West Yorkshire police said his family was informed.
Detective Heather Warwiskey, the chief investigator of the homicide and major investigations group, said: “Investigations are ongoing regarding the death of Badshah, who was reportedly missing on December 4.
“We believe that the last time he was seen was in the early hours of November 30, and I would turn to anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity on Commercial Street around this time or since to contact my team to we could establish whether this is related to our investigation. “
Mr. Badshah’s family also issued a statement.
He says: “We, as a family, are deeply shocked and devastated by the loss of our dear brother Asgar Badshah. His beautiful smile and charisma, as well as his generosity will never be forgotten.
“We, as a family, ask for privacy during our tribulation, as our elderly mother is very upset at this time. We pray for justice with respect to Asgar and appeal to the public for any help they can provide to the police in this investigation. ”
Two men aged 27 and 30, as well as a 41-year-old woman, were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to kill.
Both men were released on remand, and the woman is on bail pending further investigations.
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