Kebab shop owner who was suspected of disposing of schoolgirl Charlene Downes’ body reveals he doesn’t care ‘whether she’s alive or dead’ in a shocking new documentary

‘I couldn’t give a toss to be honest.’

A kebab shop owner charged with disposing of Charlene Downes’ body has sensationally claimed he doesn’t care ‘whether she’s alive or dead’ in his first ever on-camera interview.

Iranian Mohammed Reveshi was one of two men suspected of being involved with the 14-year-old schoolgirl’s disappearance from Blackpool in November 2003.

Police believe that Charlene was murdered and cut up before being served as kebab meat after being lured into a gang and groomed for sex.

Although suspects Reveshi and Iyad Albattikhi stood trial at Preston Crown Court, the jury failed to reach a verdict and a retrial was dropped due to lack of evidence.

When asked if he knew anything about Charlene’s disappearance on the shocking show, Reveshi replied: ‘I don’t have any clue about what you’re talking about.

‘I don’t care whether she’s alive or dead. I couldn’t give a toss to be honest.’

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