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MetiNews.Com - Ammar Terbeche died in Rochdale in the early hours of Sunday - a police investigation continues

UK He gave everything to his adopted community... then was killed in the street last minute news

MetiNews.Com - Ammar Terbeche died in Rochdale in the early hours of Sunday - a police investigation continues

UK He gave everything to his adopted community... then was killed in the street last minute news
24 September 2020 - 18:40

Breaking News ! This is the man who died in Rochdale after being attacked in the street before being hit by a passing car. Algerian-born Ammar Terbeche, 32, was well-known among members of the town's Muslim community. Friends said he was 'very friendly, very respectful, well-spoken and articulate'. Ammar died after being hit by a car seconds after being assault in Rochdale town centre in the early hours of Sunday (September 20). Police were called at around 3.10am by paramedics responding to reporrs a can was unconcious in a car park off The Esplanade, near Yates. Tragically, Ammar was pronounced dead at the scene. Ammar Terbeche (Image: Kicha Soufiane) His next of kin in Algeria has now been informed, Greater Manchester Police said. Born in Marsa Ben M'Hidi, in the Tlemcen province, Ammar moved to the UK in 2017, his family said. Ammar studied at a youth and sports institution in his native country. For eight years, he was director of a sports complex in the Tlemcen province. He settled in Rochdale, not far from the Central Mosque, before he started volunteering at the Castlemere Community Centre.   Sign up to the free MEN email newsletter Get the latest updates from across Greater Manchester direct to your inbox with the free MEN newsletter You can sign up very simply by following the instructions here Ammar helped out at a mosque and threw everything into being a part of his adopted community. He'd just enrolled on a series of college courses. Speaking to the Manchester Evening News from Algeria, Ammar's nephew Kicha Soufiane said his loved ones had been left devastated. "God bless you, Ammar," he said in a message to his uncle. Police at the scene on Sunday morning (Image: ABNM Photography) In a tribute on Facebook, Kicha wrote: "You were the best uncle and the best brother." Scores of people - from the UK and Algeria - paid their respects on the social media site. One person wrote: "You were the best neighbour, the best brother and the best friend." Read More Related Articles These are all the schools with confirmed positive Covid cases in Greater Manchester - borough-by-borough Read More Related Articles 'I’m the idiot who caused it. I wasn't paying attention': Lorry driver fiddling with temperature and radio killed woman in horror smash "Our hearts are shaken," another friend added. Hafiz Abdul Malik, manager at Castlemere Community Centre where Ammar volunteered, said: "He was such a nice guy. "He was very friendly, very respectful, very well-spoken and articulate. All the community is in shock.

. "From then on, whenever we had an event on he would help out. "Everybody took a liking to him. He loved education and loved studying. He'd recently enrolled on five or six courses at Hopwood Hall College. "More importantly, he was just a very nice human being. "Everybody is just absolutely devastated." Mohammed Yousaf, owner of the Auto Shop car spares business in Rochdale, knew Ammar through the community centre. He said: "He was a brilliant guy - very humble, very pious. "It's a real shame. Everyone is upset." A 22-year-old man arrested on suspicion of murder on Monday (September 21) was later released. He faces no further action. A man arrested on suspicion or murder has been released without charge (Image: ABNM Photography) Detectives have established that Ammar was assaulted following a conversation with three men. He was left lying in the road while the men left the scene, walking towards Rochdale Memorial Gardens. Seconds later, Ammar was hit by a passing vehicle. The driver of the vehicle, who stopped at the scene, has not been arrested and is helping police with their enquiries. On Sunday morning, part of the Town Hall Square was cordoned and a forensics tent was pitched at the scene. Det Chief Insp Lz Hopkinson, of GMP's Major Incident Team, has previously said: "This incident resulted in the loss of a man's life, which will be devastating for his loved ones. "Although we have lines of enquiry to follow, we would still ask anyone with information which may assist us to share that information with us directly or via Crimestoppers anonymously. "This incident happened as a number of licensed premises in the town centre were closing for the night so it is likely members of the public saw or heard something which is relevant. "We know people in Rochdale are concerned by what has happened but I would like to reassure them that we are committed to establishing the full circumstances and ensuring anyone responsible for committing a criminal offence is identified and faces justice. "Extra officers will be in the area this week so anyone with concerns can talk to them." Anyone with information should contact police on 0161 856 3400 quoting 563 of 20/09/20 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.

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