Man accused of murdering mother and daughter to death in Solihull arrives at ...

A man charged with murdering a mother and daughter in Solihull has arrived at court following a three-day manhunt.

Janbaz Tarin, 21, is appearing before magistrates in Birmingham in connection with the deaths of Raneem Oudeh, 22, and her mother Khaola Saleem, 49.

The pair were stabbed at Ms Saleem's home in Northdown Road just after 12.30am on Bank Holiday Monday. Neighbours described hearing the victims 'screaming like animals' after the attack.

A prison van carrying Janbaz Tarin, 21, enters Birmingham Magistrates' Court this morning

A prison van carrying Janbaz Tarin, 21, enters Birmingham Magistrates' Court this morning

Janbaz Tarin

Tarin (pictured) was wanted in connection with the deaths of two women in Solihull

Janbaz Tarin is on the run after he is believed to have stabbed his ex and her mother to death

Ms Oudeh's former partner Tarin, of Stonebridge Crescent, Kingshurst, had been sought by police in connection with the deaths and was arrested on Thursday evening in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham.

A post-mortem examination concluded the two women died from multiple stab wounds.

Detective Inspector Caroline Corfield, from the Homicide Team at West Midlands Police, said: 'The response to our appeals over the last few days has been fantastic and resulted in arresting and charging Tarin. I would like to personally thank the community for their support. 

Tragic: Raneem Oudeh, 22, was found dead in Solihull on Monday

Tragic: Raneem Oudeh, 22, was found dead in Solihull on Monday

'Our thoughts continue to remain with Raneem and Khaola's family who have been kept fully updated by this development.'

Speaking on behalf of the family, Ms Saleem's brother-in-law said: 'The family would like to express their sincere thanks for all the police are doing to bring justice for Khaola and Raneem.

'They would also like to thank the local Birmingham community and general public for their continued help and support.

'At this time, their hearts go out to their loved ones who had their lives so tragically cut short and especially to the young children they left behind.

The suspect can be seen on the left of this still running down the alleyway in the CCTV footage

The suspect can be seen on the left of this still running down the alleyway in the CCTV footage

Moments later several police officers carrying torches follow the suspect

Moments later several police officers carrying torches follow the suspect

Raneem Oudeh and her mother Khaola Saleem died after they were stabbed in Solihull

Raneem Oudeh and her mother Khaola Saleem died after they were stabbed in Solihull

Ms Oudeh (left) and her mother Khaola Saleem (right) died after they were stabbed in Solihull

'May they soon rest in peace and may justice be done.' 

Dramatic CCTV captured on Thursday night showed the moment officers stormed Tarin's hideout and arrested him after a brief police chase.  

Tarin is seen running from several officers in the Sparkhill area of Birmingham before trying to scale a wall in a last ditch bid to escape.

But the 21-year-old realises there is no way out and he is quickly surrounded by police who pin him to the floor and arrest him.

He is seen shaking his head several times before being led away in handcuffs. 

Witnesses told how they saw the suspect on the ground 'moaning and groaning' after being pepper sprayed in the face.

The dramatic arrest comes just three days after his ex-girlfriend Raneem Oudeh, 22, and her mother Khaola Saleen, 49, were stabbed to death in Solihull in the early hours of Bank Holiday Monday.

West Midlands Police offered a £5,000 award to track him down after the suspect allegedly went into hiding.

Other video that was posted on Facebook showed a man in a red sweatshirt surrounded by police as he was led to a police car.

Residents who live near to the scene said he had been visiting a flat nearby before he was tackled at around 10.15pm last night.

One neighbour said: 'It was pretty dramatic, he tried to leg it on foot after jumping over a car but the cops were too fast, they were shouting at him to stop.

'They caught up with him by the alleyway and he gave up struggling, they

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