Sajid Saddique disappearance : Two arrested men released

Sajid Saddique Sajid Saddique has not been seen since February 2007

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Two men arrested in connection with the 2007 disappearance of a Bradford man have been released.

West Yorkshire Police are treating Sajid Saddique's disappearance as a murder.

A 45-year-old Halifax man, arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, has been released on bail.

A 62-year-old Bradford man, also arrested on suspicion of perverting the course of justice, has been released without charge.

Mr Saddique, from Allerton, Bradford, has not been seen since the morning of 14 February 2007 when he attended a business meeting in Shipley, West Yorkshire.

The car dealer was described at the time of his disappearance as a "doting" father, and police said it would have been completely out of character for him to leave his wife and three young children.

Detectives said new evidence had come to light which suggested he had been murdered.

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