A HEARTBROKEN brother says he will not rest until the people responsible for his sibling's murder are behind bars.

Majid Saddique has revealed the agony his brother Sajid's disappearance from an Asda car park in Shipley twelve years ago today has caused his family.

Mr Saddique, a 32-year-old father-of-three, has not been seen since Valentine's Day 2007, and his body has never been found.

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Two men were arrested on suspicion of murdering the car dealer and a third on suspicion of assisting offenders, but charges were never brought by the Crime Prosecution Service due to a lack of evidence - much to the dismay of Majid and his family.

“It has been 12 years but it is like a new wound opening every day," he said.

“It’s not once a week or a month, it’s a every single day I have to deal with this and there’s no closure.

"Sajid was a family man.

"He loved his family and did a lot in the community.

"He was a hard working businessman

“This ruined our lives and for someone to get away with it is not right.

"Why couldn't the CPS take the evidence and charge them?

"My whole world would be better if this was solved and I could get on with my life.

"If anyone out there knows anything, please help us. Twelve years is a long time and to have no closure."

Mr Saddique, who ran a car dealership, told his family he was attending a business meeting in Shipley, when he left home, but he failed to return.

His gold Volkswagen Bora car was found in the Asda car park at Shipley later the same day.

Majid's immediate family, including his sister-in-law, Asma, and his brother's children all now live in Scotland after the memories surrounding the murder became too much for them.

The 42-year-old has thought of moving himself, but is staying in Bradford in the hope his brother's killers can be brought to justice.

“Why are we not getting justice?" he added.

“He was my big brother and best mate and my whole life has changed.

“It’s hard because everywhere I go I remember him.

“My brother moved out of town years ago because everything around here reminded him of Sajid.

"He was a humble man and didn't deserve this.

"It was totally out of character for him to go missing like that. He would phone home three or four times a day."

Gerry Wareham, Chief Crown Prosecutor, CPS Yorkshire and Humberside said: “We appreciate that the anniversary of Mr Saddique’s disappearance will be an especially painful time for his family and our thoughts are with them.

"However, as we have not received any new evidence our decision remains the same, that there is insufficient evidence to support any prosecution."

Detective Chief Inspector Ian Scott, of the Homicide and Major Enquiries Team, said:

“A file was submitted to the Crown Prosecution Service following the most recent review of this case in 2014.

“As with all unsolved cases of this nature this investigation remains open and evidence will continue to be reviewed in light of new information and forensic advances.

“Our thoughts remain with Mr Saddique’s family on the twelfth anniversary of his disappearance and we would urge anyone with information which may assist our enquiries to contact the Homicide and Major Enquiries Team on 101, or the independent charity Crimestoppers, who can be contacted anonymously on 0800 555111.”