Police manhunt for brothers Theo and Remell Bailey in connection with suspected gangland execution

West Midlands Police have issues these photographs of Theo and Remell Bailey who they want to speak with in connection with the murder of Gavin Parry shot dead outside City Hospital in Birmingham

Police are hunting these two brothers wanted in connection with the suspected gangland execution of a man who was shot dead outside Birmingham City Hospital two years ago.

Theo and Remell Bailey are being sought by detectives following the murder of Gavin Parry in Birmingham on April 13, 2021. Mr Parry was blasted dead with a fully-automatic underworld ‘supergun’ in broad daylight on an industrial estate near the hospital.

Emergency services rushed to the scene and found Mr Parry dead with multiple gunshot wounds while another man was rushed to hospital with serious injuries.

West Midlands Police have now launched a manhunt for the Bailey siblings, who have close connections to Handsworth and Winson Green, while Crimestoppers has offered a £1,000 reward for information leading to their arrests.

Police have warned anyone helping brothers Theo and Remell Bailey to stay on the run could face prosecution - and have urged the public not to approach the men but to call them or Crimestoppers anonymously.

Detective Inspector Jim Mahon, from Force CID at West Midlands Police, said: “Gavin’s family have been searching for answers for nearly two years and have been patient in awaiting information about why, how and who killed Gavin.

“They have acted with dignity throughout and it is only right that they begin to understand what happened to their loved one.”

Officers previously appealed to hear from anyone who saw, or has dash cam footage, of a dark blue Citroen C3 leaving the area at speed on the wrong side of the road.

Mr Parry was reportedly a leading member of the Burger Bar Boys - one of the most feared gangs in Birmingham who dominated the city’s drugs and guns trade for decades.

Theo and Remell Bailey
Theo and Remell Bailey
Theo and Remell Bailey

Ten people have previously been arrested in connection with the murder, with all of them later released on police bail and no charges have ever been brought.

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