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Sana Muhammad Bio, Wiki, Age, Husband, Children, Shot Dead with a Crossbow, Suspect (Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo)

Ilford murder: Sana Muhammad, a Pregnant mother-of-five shot dead with crossbow in London

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Sana Muhammad, also known as Devi Unmathallegadoo was a pregnant mother-of-five who was killed with a crossbow in front of her husband and children in an attack which left her unborn baby in critical condition in hospital on Monday, 12th November 2018.

The shooting during the confrontation at her home in Ilford, east London. Doctors performed emergency surgery to save her unborn infant boy, who is now in a stable condition, but 35-year-old Sana Muhammad died from her injuries just over three hours later.

Sana Muhammad Personal details
Sana Muhammad Age She was 35 years old as at the time of her death
Sana Muhammad Death and Cause She died on Monday, 12th November 2018 from a Crossbow wound in her abdomen
Sana Muhammad Perpetrator The perpetrator is believed to be the victim’s ex-partner, Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo, 50, who was arrested at the scene.
Sana Muhammad Husband Imtiaz Muhammad, 42
Sana Muhammad Children She had five children, three with her previous partner (Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo), aged 12, 14 and 18, and two with Mr. Muhammad, aged two and five.

Sana Muhammad Shooting with a Crossbow

Sana Muhammad, also known as Devi Unmathallegadoo was a pregnant mother-of-five and a London resident who was killed with a crossbow in front of her husband and children in an attack which left her unborn baby in critical condition in hospital on Monday, 12th November 2018. The Suspect was 50 years old Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo, who is believed to be the victim’s ex-partner. He was apprehended at the scene.

The suspect, of no fixed address, was charged with murder on Tuesday morning, 13th November and is due to appear at the Old Bailey on Thursday 15th November.

Mrs Muhammad's ex-husband, Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo, has been charged with murder
Mrs. Muhammad’s ex-husband, Ramanodge Unmathallegadoo, has been charged with murder

Sana Muhammad’s husband, Imtiaz Muhammad, 42, told the Evening Standard that he found her killer hiding in their garden shed when he went to put away a cardboard box.

“He was there with the crossbow loaded. He stared at me, he was going to shoot so I ran into the house,” said Mr. Muhammad.

“My wife was doing the washing up, I was shouting ‘run, run, run’. He shot her. I can’t help thinking she took my arrow.

“The kids were all there, it was horrific. The arrow went up into her heart but did not touch the unborn baby.

“They operated with the arrow still in because it would have been too dangerous to take out.”

Father-of-three Imtiaz Muhammad shouted 'run, run, run' as the killer chased him into the kitchen and fired the weapon
Father-of-three Imtiaz Muhammad shouted ‘run, run, run’ as the killer chased him into the kitchen and fired the weapon

Sana Muhammad, who had three children from a previous relationship, married Mr. Muhammad six years ago and was eight months pregnant with her sixth child at the time of her death.

Her husband added: “She was a wonderful mother and wife. I am heartbroken.”

Police Response and Statements

The Metropolitan Police said officers were called to the address in Applegarth Road at 7.40am on Monday 12th November.

“Officers and London Ambulance Service attended and found a 35-year-old woman suffering an abdominal wound/injury,” the force said in a statement.

“The injured woman was taken to an east London hospital where she was sadly pronounced dead at 11 am.”

A Met Police spokesperson confirmed the baby was delivered at the hospital and remains there in a stable condition.

Police referred to the victim using her former name of Devi Unmathallegadoo.

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