Arshad Sharif's mobile phone, iPad 'missing' from crime scene.

Two key pieces of evidence, including a mobile phone and a tablet, belonging to journalist Arshad Sharif, have reportedly gone 'missing' from the crime scene, according to Kenyan media reports.Almost 20 days after the 'murder' of Mr Sharif, police have yet to make a breakthrough as they are still looking for the gadgets missing from the scene, Kenyan paper The Star reported.A team of Pakistani investigators - comprising FIA Director Athar Wahid and IB Deputy DG Omar Shahid Hamid - sent to probe the killing also questioned the timing of the gadgets' disappearance, which they believe might have been stolen when Mr Sharif was shot, the report said.So far, police have established that Mr Sharif arrived in Kenya on Aug 20 on a visa that was sponsored by Waqar and Khurram Ahmed, the two brothers who hosted him. The latter was with Mr Sharif in the car when he was shot.TV channels claim autopsy revealed signs journalist was 'tortured'The team of Pakistani investigators have sought names and contacts of instructors who were present at the shooting range when Mr Sharif was there, according to Kenyan news channel Nation. After the request, the Kenyan government has asked the two brothers to share the details of those present at the shooting range that night.Meanwhile, Geo News, quoting a Kenyan government official, reported that around 10 US instructors and trainees were present at the site. In his statement to the team, Mr Waqar said he had met Mr Sharif just once before he invited him for dinner at the shooting range, as per the Nation report...

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