Another taxi driver; another immigrant. Mohammed Younis, 42, entered his flat in Chalvey, Slough, radioed his control room and was immediately attacked in the hallway. There was so much blood that police believed the killer or killers must have been drenched in it – yet that night, Monday, December 19th, 1994, no one saw anything.

Mr. Younis had a wife and six children in Pakistan. It was not thought that the motive originated from there, nor was it racist, sexual or drug-related. In the end police believed he may have been attacked by a mentally ill stranger.