A Sheffield man wanted for questioning over an unsolved murder remains on the run.
Abdi Ali, aged 28, has been named as a ‘significant suspect’ by detectives investigating the murder of Shaun Lyall in Cleethorpes in July.
My Lyall, 47, was brutally attacked in his own home.
A post mortem examination revealed he died of multiple injuries caused by a number of weapons.
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Detectives believe the motive for the murder may have been drugs related.
Suspect Abdi Ali spent most of his life in Sheffield after moving from Somalia as a child.
He was living in Cleethorpes at the time of the murder and has not been seen since.
Ali, who has connections to Pitsmoor and Shirecliffe, used to have a distinctive gold front tooth but it is possible it may have been removed or disguised in a bid to help him evade arrest.
He is known on the streets as 'Madman,' 'Johnny' and 'Gulaid'.
A £5,000 reward for information leading to his arrest is being offered by Crimestoppers.
Anyone with information should call Humberside Police on 101.