Moment Sara Sharif cops storm plane & escort schoolgirl’s dad off in cuffs as trio arrested for ‘murder’

THIS is the moment Sara Sharif cops escort a schoolgirl’s father off a plane in handcuffs as he is arrested for murder.

Urfan Sharif, 41, his partner Beinash Batool, 29, and his brother Faisal Malik were arrested last night after they landed back in the UK on their way back from Pakistan.

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Sarah Sharif’s officers raided a plane at Gatwick last night Credit: The SunStudent Sara Sharif 'killed'

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Student Sara Sharif ‘killed’ Credit: AFPPolice were seen escorting a handcuffed man off the plane

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Police were seen handcuffing a man from the plane Credit: The SunSara's dad Urfan Sharif at the Sialkot airport on Wednesday morning

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Sara’s dad Urfan Sharif at the Sialkot airport on Wednesday morningHe was arrested together with his partner Beinash Batool

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He was arrested together with his partner Beinash BatoolPolice met their plane on the runway at Gatwick last night

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Police met their plane on the runway at Gatwick last nightCredit: Sky News

The trio arrived at Gatwick on Wednesday night after spending almost five weeks on the run in Pakistan and were immediately taken off the plane by British police.

Pictures show a dozen police officers boarding the Emirates plane before escorting Sarah’s father, dressed in a white polo shirt, in handcuffs.

Passengers were told there was a “technical problem” and were asked to return to their seats.

One told The Sun: “We were then told the police were coming because of security issues. A dozen policemen boarded, reached the business class and these guys stood up.

“They didn’t look particularly surprised. I don’t know if it was agreed or if they had an inkling of what was going to happen.”

The passenger said he believed the men “slept” the entire flight to London.

He added: “When the officers handcuffed them, they were asked if they had any bags and then several officers took them off the plane. Others then searched everything around where they were sitting.”

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Police revealed last night that Sharif, Batool and Malik had been arrested on suspicion of murder.

A police spokesman said: “Our investigation into the death of 10-year-old Sara Sharif was launched following the discovery of her body at her home address in Hammond Road, Woking, on August 10.

“At approximately 7.45pm this evening, three people were arrested in connection with this investigation at Gatwick Airport.

“Two men aged 41 and 28 and a woman aged 29 were arrested on suspicion of murder after disembarking from a flight from Dubai. They are currently in custody and will be notified in due course.

“Sarah’s mother has been informed of this latest update and is receiving specialist support. Our thoughts remain with her and those affected by Sarah’s death at this very difficult time.

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“This has been an extremely fast-paced, challenging and complex investigation and we remain absolutely committed to conducting a thorough investigation into Sarah’s death.”

Urfan and Batool left Britain with Sarah’s uncle Faisal Malik and five children aged between one and 13, before going into hiding.

Interpol launched an international manhunt for the trio with police in Pakistan liaising with officers in the UK.

It comes after a video emerged last week of Sharif and Batool reading a statement of horror together.

Batool said her family was “prepared to cooperate with the UK authorities and fight our case in court” – but resented the conditions in which they were living.

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Batool also said her family went into hiding because “everyone is afraid for their safety.

She said: “Children can’t go to school because they are afraid to leave the house. Nobody leaves the house.

“The provisions have run out and there is no food for the children because adults cannot leave their homes for fear of safety.”

It was the first time the couple had appeared since they disappeared in Pakistan.

Sarah’s body was discovered after Sharif called 999 from Pakistan.

An inquest into Sarah’s death heard last week that doctors are still unable to determine the cause of death.

But Woking Coroner’s Court was told the young man’s death was likely to be “unnatural”.

A previous autopsy revealed she had suffered “multiple and extensive injuries that likely occurred over a prolonged and extended period of time.”

Sarah's dad and stepmom appeared in a video shared online last week

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Sarah’s dad and stepmother appeared in a video shared online last weekCredit: Sky News

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