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Aya Hachem was a 19-year-old law student who was identified as the young woman shot to death near a supermarket in Blackburn on Sunday, May 17, 2020. She was not the intended target according to police. Hachem was found with fatal injuries on King Street near Lidl on Sunday. He was going to the store at approximately 3:00 PM BST when he was shot from a passing car, police said.
Aya Hachem,Law student&Charity Worker 19,shot dead whilst grocery shopping in Blackburn.I send my deepest condolences to Aya’s family&friends.Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101, quote log number 817 of 17 May. Anonymously to Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
— 🌈 Angela Rayner 🌈 (@AngelaRayner) May 18, 2020
Aya Hachem FamilyAya Hachem was a 19-year-old law student who was identified as the young woman shot to death near a supermarket in Blackburn on Sunday, May 17, 2020.
Hachem’s parents have paid tribute to their “beautiful” daughter, who was the “most loyal and devoted daughter” and dreamed of becoming a lawyer. “We are absolutely devastated by his death and we would like to take this opportunity to plead with any member of the public who may have any information, however small, that may bring those responsible to justice,” they said.
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Hachem was a young administrator of the Children’s Society. She was described as a “truly remarkable young woman and an inspiring voice for children and youth,” said CEO Mark Russell. Dr. Janice Allan, Dean of the Salford Business School, said Ms. Hachem was “a very popular and promising sophomore whose contribution went beyond the classroom.” The Asylum and Refugee Community, a charity working with asylum seekers and refugees in the Blackburn and Darwen area, said Ms. Hachem had been the victim of “a horrible, senseless attack.”
“It is with great sadness and heartache we have to share with you that we have lost Aya, beloved eldest daughter of Samar and Ismael from Lebanon,” it added.
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Det Supt Jonathan Holmes said: “This is a truly shocking and senseless murder that has robbed a young woman of her life. “We appreciate that this has caused much concern in the community, but we have deployed significant additional resources, including armed officers, to conduct high-visibility patrols in the area to provide peace of mind for residents.” Police have said the force is not treating the murder as a terrorism-related incident and also does not believe it was racially motivated.
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Officers are searching for the driver of a vehicle that was seen leaving the scene and was later found abandoned. Lancashire police said the shots were fired from a Toyota Avensis, with a number of occupants on board as they passed Hachem. The Avensis, with the registration number SV53 UBP, was later recovered from Wellington Road, officials said. Detectives have asked for witnesses to contact them.