Monday marked a year since Corey Dobbe was tragically murdered on Harleston Close in Hull.
Corey was just 23 years old when he was killed on Sunday 13 June 2021
The Senior Investigating Officer (SIO) Detective Chief Inspector Alan Curtis said: “Throughout the past year, detectives have worked tirelessly around the clock on this investigation, following up on all lines of enquiry provided to us.
“I want to sincerely thank all those who have contacted us and provided information. This has all gone to help us to gather intelligence to support our investigation.
“There has been a huge police operation to investigate this murder and our main focus remains on locating Moise Djuku who we suspect has vital information.
“Moise Djuku is out there somewhere, and I welcome any information that would help us locate him.
“I want to help Corey’s grieving family get justice for his senseless killing.
“The wanted appeal for Moise Djuku has been aired on BBC Crimewatch and shared across the country and a £10K Crimestoppers reward remains in place for information that leads to his arrest. If you wish to claim this reward, please call Crimestoppers directly and give them any information you have to help us find him.
“Crimestoppers is completely independent of the police. Anyone giving information is anonymous, remains anonymous and we don’t find out who they are.
“I would ask again for anyone who knows where Moise Djuku is to come forward and give us that vital information.
“Corey Dobbe and his family deserve justice. They deserve their day in court and to bring his killer to book. If you have any information that would help with our investigation, please call us on 101 quoting reference 16/60891/21.”
Crimestoppers continue to offer a £10,000 reward for information given to them that locates Moise Djuku – call them directly with information on 0800 555 111. See the appeal on the website: – https://crimestoppers-uk.org/campaigns-media/news/2021/dec/humberside-hu…
Anyone with information is asked to call Humberside Police on the non-emergency number 101, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or go online at www.crimestoppers-uk.org.